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Aug122014

Purpose and Possible Usages of Honor God's Word

For many years people have quoted or used the Apostles and Nicene Creeds for worship services, devotions, handouts for church visitors, and even as launching points for spiritual conversations.   This simplification of the Bible Story can be used for all ages, childhood through adulthood, and can be used for all stages of spiritual growth.  This summary is not meant to replace the valuable exercise of studying and reciting the great creeds, but to add to the overall purpose and focus of the creeds:  spiritual maturity through repetition and communal affirmation. 

Honor God’s Word reminds us, not only are summaries of theological truth important, but recognizing the landmarks and the chronological order within the Bible Story are important as well.   This is an excellent resource for both young and mature Christians.  

If you are interested in purchasing copies of the Honor God’s Word bookmark (3”x8”), you can email small group institute for more information.  The bookmarks are available in bundles of 20 for $10 or 50 for only $20. 

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