Courageous Pages: Children and the Bible

Children are a precious gift. Their wondrous curiosity, and propensity to express every thought, feeling, and emotion, is nothing short of enchanting. It is no wonder that when Jesus addressed the crowds, he invited the children to come to him. It is cliché to say that children are the future,…

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Museum of the Bible Books

Museum of the Bible invites all people to engage with arguably the most influential book of all times, the Bible. Part of the fascination with this incredible book stems from many publications dedicated to the effort of unpacking its meaning and significance. At Museum of the Bible, we invite all…

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Exploring the World of Archaeology

At some point, I think every child dreams of becoming an explorer. It is exciting to turn over logs and rocks and find little critters, or bugs . . . treasures to delight the senses. I’m a man of science; I like to explore and get my hands dirty. During…

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Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound!

  Six of the most famous words strung together like a battle cry of broken anguish and regret, but yielding hope for redemption. John Newton, a British sea captain, was involved in the slave trades of the 1700s. He converted to Christianity, and then afterwards began captaining slave ships. He…

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Official Bible of the United States

Bibles come in all shapes, sizes, and languages. Some are decorated in jewels and embellishments, others are simple and classic, not to outshine the words inside. The Bible is the number one best selling book in history. It has been banned the most, burned the most, and debated the most.…

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A Millennial Perspective

We had a fantastic gathering in Washington D.C. for a three-day event filled with activities, such as our opening night kick-off with a concert from the Legends of Rock compiled of David Pack of Ambrosia, John Elefante of Kansas, and Wally Palmer of the Romantics. Guests were treated to a…

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Topping Out at Museum of the Bible

Recently in Washington D.C., I was honored to join forces with many of our D.C. representatives to honor workers on the construction site of Museum of the Bible in our Topping Out Ceremony. On this day, we honored and thanked our many workers who have labored over this construction site,…

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