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Hallelujah: The Bible and Handel's Messiah, by Carol Bechtel

  Dr. Carol Bechtel, shares with us how she is Never tired of teaching the Bible and Handel's Messiah and her experience in writing the Biblical texts of Handel’s Messiah Dr. Bechtel first encountered Handel’s Messiah as a member of her high school choir. In rehearsals, she admits that she would sometimes stare off into space thinking about t...

Remembering The Christmas Story

  Writing the Biblical texts of Handel’s Messiah Dr. Bechtel first encountered Handel’s Messiah as a member of her high school choir. In rehearsals, she admits that she would sometimes stare off into space thinking about the words when she was supposed to be singing.    Dr. Carol Bechtel is the author of Kerygma's Hallelujah: The Bible and...

Dr. Carol Bechtel—Never Tired of Teaching The Bible and Handel’s Messiah

  Have you ever wondered how a young girl could grow up to become a professor of Old Testament? Here is how it happened for Kerygma author and Professor Carol Bechtel.  As a child, Dr. Bechtel was an avid reader, and always wanted to bring books with her to church. Her mother wouldn’t let her bring her Nancy Drew mysteries or other books, b...

Discovering the Scriptures: Asking Questions, Probing Deeper, Always Amazed

An interview with Kerygma author Boyd Lien, pastor, educator and artist. As a child Rev. Lien remembers hearing the Bible read in worship, and understood the Bible “to be the most important source of our understanding about God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. Of course, it took a while to know what each of those names meant and how they...

There is No Substitute for Scripture.

Interview with Kerygma author Dr. Carol J. Miller. Kerygma studies are written by pastors, seminary or college professors, or Bible scholars. Sometimes an author is all three. Common to all Kerygma authors is preparation (e.g. seminary or graduate study), experience within their respective ministries, on-going study of the Scriptures, and cont...

SUMMER-TIME for BIBLE STUDY

Every Bible study group has a story, a history. We don’t usually think of a small group as having a “history.” After all, small groups are not permanent; members come and go, times change. One group ends; another group forms. Small groups, and especially Bible study and prayer groups, are important to the life of the local church and to the ...

Reflection: Speaking of Isaiah

As we release Kerygma’s 40th study, Isaiah: Holy, Holy, Holy, we greatly appreciate the help of one Ethiopian court official in bringing attention to both the importance of the book of Isaiah and our participating together to understand how the words of the prophet Isaiah speak to our world today!

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