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CLARIFYING THE BIBLE Helps Your Bible Reading

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This sponsored post was prepared by Mitch Maher.

ClarifyingClarifying The Bible goes to war with that intimidation [a big Bible!] and equips and frees men and women to engage the Scriptures with a passion and freedom. I’ve personally seen people move from Biblical apathy to passionate students of God’s Word after engaging Mitch and Clarifying The Bible. Exciting stuff!”
John Bryson
Lead Pastor, Fellowship Memphis
Executive Board Member, Acts 29
Church Consultant, Fellowship Associates, Little Rock, AR

Just last month John Piper tweeted, “Begin now praying about how God wants you to read your Bible next year. Being ready to launch January 1 is a thrilling thing.” To help you get ready to launch purchase a copy of Mitch Maher’s Clarifying The Bible. Clarifying The Bible is a two-hour video presentation and workbook that gives viewers the basic framework and storyline of the Bible. The material is presented in a passionate, compelling fashion, and in the end delivers on its promise to help people see the Bible with more clarity than ever before.

Get a feel for this resource by watching some or all of this 29-minute clip of Mitch teaching on Paul’s letters—it’s generally everybody’s favorite section.

Here’s what others are saying:

“You don’t need a seminary education to have strong biblical muscles. One of the best places to start is with a good over-view that familiarizes you with the Scriptures as a whole. Mitch Maher can get you there quickly and effectively. His media experience Clarifying the Bible will turn God’s Word into a good friend that you’ll look forward to spending time with every day… for the rest of your life.”
Dr. Tim Kimmel
Author of Grace Based Parenting and Grace Filled Marriage

“We are all aware of the growing phenomenon of biblical illiteracy, and I sometimes hear pastors complain that the mammoth proportions of the problem make it difficult to teach and preach because it is necessary to keep things at such a basic level. Mitch Maher has set out to address this problem. His overview, Clarifying The Bible, indeed clarifies the whole Bible. He is a clear and likable communicator, and he knows his stuff. May the Lord use Mitch and this project to turn the tide of biblical illiteracy!”
Dr. James “Jim” Hamilton
Professor of Biblical Theology, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary

Clarifying The Bible is an AMAZING resource! I’ve seen personally, from a small group setting to one-on-one, how this resource can open up your understanding of God’s Word in a way that drives you to want more of Jesus. My wife and I love it!”
TEDASHII
Hip Hop Artist, Reach Records; Radio Host, #SERIUM

“… no resource has so concisely framed the narrative of Scripture as Mitch’s work in Clarifying The Bible. I watch it regularly. I teach it often. I have given this to many leaders and friends. It should be in the hands of every follower of Jesus that they might know, teach, and embody the Gospel more and more.”
Will Rambo
Teaching Pastor, The Orchard, Tupelo, MS

Clarifying The Bible… is simple yet robust, theologically deep yet re-teachable, and its progression and flow build the confidence of the learner. It is no wonder this tool is being taught by pastoral and lay leaders all over the world. I’ve rarely made it six months with a young protégé without equipping them with Clarifying The Bible.”
Danny Hinton
Executive Director of Downline Ministries, Little Rock, AR

Purchase your copies today, available in digital or hardcopy. Check it out at clarifyingthebible.com.

MitchMitch Maher is the Lead Pastor at Redeemer Community Church in Katy, TX. In addition to his Clarifying The Bible presentations around the country, Mitch is a regular teacher for the Kanakuk Institute and Downline Ministries. He’s been married to his wife Tara for 15 years, and they have three daughters.


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