Take a journey through the Gospel of Matthew with fifty days of scripture readings, meditations, questions, and prayers. Twenty-five dynamic spiritual leaders and authors serve as guides, writing from around the world about the wisdom, lessons, and parables shared by Matthew, one of the great apostles and evangelists. A Journey with Matthew is an extension of The Bible Challenge, a global initiative to encourage daily engagement with scripture and an exploration of the Word of God.
Authors include: David R. Anderson, Frederick Borsch, Paul Butler, Bo Cox, Barbara Cawthorne Crafton, Michael Curry, Clifton Daniel, Mary Gray-Reeves, Scott Gunn, Daniel R. Heischman, Graham James, Cynthia Briggs Kittredge, Bolly anak Lapok, Tracy Lind, Stephen Lyon, Ian S. Markham, Kate Moorehead, Barry Morgan, Riaz Mubarak, Sam Portaro, Jeremiah Sierra, Becca Stevens, Ray Suarez, Hillary T. West, and Marek P. Zabriskie.
I was as pleased with A Journey with Matthew as I was with A Journey with John. Well divided daily portions of scripture. Enlightening, educational and exciting reflections. This is the way to read and study easily and informatively. Theologically sound yet in lay person's terms. Waiting for the journey to begin. -Jennelle, Amazon Review
This is a wonderful series for a Bible study group or just self study. I love the daily reflections and questions. Very thought provoking and well done. -Amazon Review
The organization of this book is excellent. Matthew is not my favorite gospel, but I certainly have found the reading of it richer because of the meditations and questions. -EC Arnold, Amazon Review
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