YouVersion

Over the past few years I’ve found biblegateway.com to be a really helpful and easy way to read the Bible…in any version I’d want online.  Although I’ve tried YouVersion (from lifechurch.tv) previously, I kept going back to the old familiar biblegateway…I’ve switched.  Not only does YouVersion allow you to read multiple versions of the Bible, […]

by bob

Mar 7, 2009

YouVersionOver the past few years I’ve found biblegateway.com to be a really helpful and easy way to read the Bible…in any version I’d want online.  Although I’ve tried YouVersion (from lifechurch.tv) previously, I kept going back to the old familiar biblegateway…I’ve switched.  Not only does YouVersion allow you to read multiple versions of the Bible, it allow you to make comments on specific passages that can be read by the whle community, and keep an online journal where you can record your thoughts privately.

If you’re looking for a great place to interact with the Bible on-line, I hope you’ll give this a test run.  (ps – they also have an iPhone version:-)

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bob

I grew up in Western New York and have started and led missional church planting efforts for a little over 30 years. As you might gather, I have opinions about the church, and I share some of them here.

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