Book Recommendation: 30 Days To Understanding The Bible

HelloMornings Registration for the Fall session of the HelloMornings Challenge starts next week!

In light of that I wanted to share a great book I’ve been really enjoying and I think you will love too.

When Bible Class = Naptime…

I sat through several Bible courses in college, but I was probably not as awake as I needed to be in order to actually comprehend…anything. (I was definitely not maximizing my mornings at that point in time.)

So, I recently decided I needed a Bible refresher course. I wanted a better understanding of the Bible as a whole, the history, the geography and the chronological order, but I needed something simple enough for my brain to comprehend at O’dark thirty in the morning.

A friend just happened to be preaching at church that Sunday and recommended a great little book called 30 Days To Understanding The Bible. He said it was a simple overview of the Bible and Biblical history. Exactly what I was looking for!

It was well worth my hard earned money and hasn’t disappointed. It’s incredibly easy to read and very interactive with stories, diagrams and fill-in-the-blank sections. It’s broken down into 15 minute lessons that can be done in 30 days (or…ahem…longer).

So, if you’re wanting to know more about the bigger picture of Bible, I highly recommend this book.

You can click here to learn more about the book or you should be able to find it at your local bookstore.

Do you have any Bible resources you love? Apps, books, studies, Bibles? Click here to share!

Have A Super Weekend

That’s all for now. May your weekend be filled with child-like fun!

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  • thanks for the tip! I was just considering finding a refresher resource as well! 🙂

  • Avatar Grietjie Thorne says:

    I LOVE using ‘Unlocking the Bible’ by David Pawson. A brick of a book, but a breathtaking overview of the Bible that is never out of reach when I am reading my Bible.

  • I’m about halfway through the Anders book, and am really enjoying it – it’s very repetitive, but in a good way. 🙂

    One of my favorite resources is the Quest Study Bible. It’s got excellent sidebars that really do answer questions that may come up as you’re reading. Highly recommend it!

    (My only caveat is I’ve got an older edition, so I’m just assuming the new edition is as good as the original.)

  • Avatar Betsy Zenz says:

    Kat, I’ve been reading through 30 Days to Understanding the Bible this past week, and it’s been such a rich, helpful resource. It’s blowing the dust off all my Bible classes in college. And this time around, I’m so much hungrier for the Word. A needed and welcomed read. Thanks for the recommendation!

  • Avatar Phyllis says:

    I’m going to get this book on my Kindle. Wonder if the quizzes can be downloaded and printed.
    Can’t wait to start reading it.