NOT THAT THE BIBLE needs help. But we certainly do as we talk about it, try to make sense of it, and work on figuring out what we’re supposed to do about it.
This first edition covers the Bible book of Acts.
What you get
But in the new leader’s guide and atlas, you get more:
- Tips for teaching Acts in a Bible Study
- All the Discussion Questions for Acts
- Answers and insights for all Discussion Questions
- Atlas of maps that track the stories in Acts
Good idea from a lawyer
A lawyer who specializes in Christian publishing suggested I do this something extra, beyond what you’ll find on the website. He suggested I create a leader’s guide and an atlas.
Sorry to say I was shocked that a lawyer might have a good idea.
I’m giving it a go.
The leader’s guide for Acts runs over 50 pages. The atlas adds another 20.
I’ll continue adding Bible books to the Casual English Bible. And I’ll give thought to creating more leader’s guides and atlases along the way.
I’m not running this project through a publisher. My agent tells me that publishers don’t generally want to mess with leader’s guides. And as for Bible translations and paraphrases, they make publishers nervous.
So I’m doing this on my own, because it’s fun and helpful, for me if no one else.
The fact that I’m doing this on my own makes me a hybrid writer, I’m told. I do some work through conventional publishers. And I do some on my own. Part this, part that: hybrid.
Sorry for the promo. I don’t do this very often. But I’ve never ventured into a project like this before.
I’ll get back to the regular articles next week.
Blog subscribers who win books this week
- Lisa Sammons
- Nicholas Gunnells
I give away free books every week to subscribers to my free blog or my quarterly newsletter.
Note to the two winners: send me an email and I’ll give you the full list of books from which you can choose.
The deal’s good for a month, or for as long as I have giveaway books available.