Easter People #22: Why do we need the Bible today?
Easter People #22: Why do we need the Bible today?

In this episode, the Easter People are joined by our pal Amber Carswell and tackle the issue of the Bible’s relevance today. And then we play a game courtesy of BibleQuiz.biz

Holy curiosity: A key to reviving Christian formation?
Holy curiosity: A key to reviving Christian formation?

“Did you ever notice that Rebekah had a nose ring?” Sarah Lefton of G-dcast asked the crowd at e-Formation in June. I felt a little foolish. I hadn’t noticed that Rebekah had a nose

Miqra: A public reading of scripture
Miqra: A public reading of scripture

It is a standing joke that Episcopalians have no idea what is in the Bible. However, all too often it is not a joke. The Bible is obviously important to

App review: NRSV Bible with Apocrypha
App review: NRSV Bible with Apocrypha

Google Play Store rating: 4.2 / 5 My rating: 4.5 / 5 Price: Free NRSV Bible with Apocrypha might be the most straightforward app review we have done here on

Easter People #8: Agreeing to disagree
Easter People #8: Agreeing to disagree

Church conflict: we can’t avoid it, and we really shouldn’t. The Easter People share their positive stories and past approaches to facing conflict head-on. And then there’s another Bible quiz.

Easter People #7: Birthdays and Bible fails
Easter People #7: Birthdays and Bible fails

The release of this episode coincides with the birthday of both Kyle and Randall, so this time around we’re talking birthday traditions. We follow that with a Bible trivia game

Curriculum review: The Story
Curriculum review: The Story

Choosing a curriculum for your congregation is a tricky business; there are a lot of questions to ask and answer before you dive in and begin planning. There are the

Book review: Five-Minute Bible Devotions for Children
Book review: Five-Minute Bible Devotions for Children

These spiral-bound, beautifully illustrated books of devotional stories for children written by Pamela Kennedy and Anne Kennedy Brady and illustrated by Amy Wummer (from Ideals Children’s Books, 2012) are perfect for a

Book review: The Spy on Noah’s Ark
Book review: The Spy on Noah’s Ark

The Spy on Noah’s Ark and Other Bible Stories from the Inside Out (Forward Movement, 2013) is a charming book of children’s Bible stories by Episcopal priest Lindsay Hardin Freeman.

Episcopal Children’s Curriculum art
Episcopal Children’s Curriculum art

Ruth and Naomi (available here) I regularly get calls and emails from faith formation folks looking for Church-related image libraries. Sometimes they want to supplement worship bulletins or slides; other