A Thought On Relationships

12 Sep

Among twenty-somethings, 61%  said, “I’d be willing to study the Bible if a friend asked me to.”*


“In this day, people are hungry for relationships of substance.  The language of friendship has become a verb.  We ‘friend’ mere acquaintances with the click of a button.  Reading the Bible one-to-one offers the appeal of developing true friendships, relationships of greater familiarity and substance.  And it is this personal aspect that appeals to many people.”-David Helm,
One To One Bible Reading (Matthais Media, Australia, 2011)

*Ed Stetzer, How Unbelievers View the Church, radio program, The Albert Mohler Program, 30 July 2009.

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