My family has been incredibly blessed with this resource. The devotional questions often help with sermon application and heart preparation. So thankful for this little book.
THIS BOOK IS COMPRISED OF FAMILY WORSHIP THOUGHTS EXTRACTED FROM THE REFORMATION HERITAGE STUDY BIBLE.
Leading and nurturing your family as you seek to glorify God and encourage spiritual growth in your home is both God’s command and your privilege. One of the best and most effective ways to do this is through intentional, worshipful, daily family devotions where the truths of God’s life-changing Word are openly discussed chapter by chapter.
Hand in hand with your Bible, this Family Worship Bible Guide presents rich devotional thoughts on all 1,189 chapters in the Bible, including searching questions to promote conversation, to help you with this responsibility. Use this resource every day alongside Scripture to read each chapter’s major takeaways aloud and then discuss them with your family.
With the Holy Spirit’s blessing, this book will transform you and your family!
The four editors of this book serve the Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary in Grand Rapids, Michigan: Dr. Joel R. Beeke as president and professor of systematic theology and homiletics; Dr. Michael Barrett as academic dean and Old Testament professor; Dr. Jerry Bilkes as Old Testament and New Testament professor; and Rev. Paul Smalley as faculty teaching assistant.
“The power of God’s Word is seen most clearly as that Word is understood and applied to the lives of God’s people. In the Family Worship Bible Guide, we have a unique resource that offers to bring that dynamic power of the Word into our personal and family worship. For each chapter of Scripture, seasoned pastors and teachers offer brief, pointed comments that simultaneously explain the biblical text and apply it to readers’ lives and experiences. With the Spirit's blessing, the Family Worship Bible Guide promises to be used to infuse biblical life, warmth, discussion, and power into personal and family worship. It certainly has in our family!” — Dr. Stephen Myers, associate professor of church history, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, Michigan