Here at the Twurch of England we like our Bible. For example, the Church Mouse says it’s particularly useful as a stepping stone when trying to leap up to the vestry table to nick the vicar’s ploughman’s lunch. In Chez Ould it’s terribly useful for sermon preparation, fulfilling one’s legal obligations as a Church of England priest and learning more day by day of God’s revelation of himself to us.
Yes we like our Bible and we like all things techy, so we’re utterly utterly delighted to discover the BibleFresh website. Rather than trying to explain in words what is so fantastic about BibleFresh, lets use the wonders of modern technology to inform.
Cool huh? The BibleFresh website is designed to help you make 2011 BibleFresh year in your church, by providing a multiplicity of resources for the job. You can also use the site to get ideas for Bibles to buy and where to get study materials and books for all levels of interest and accessibility. And of course you can follow BibleFresh on Twitter (essential for Twurch members n’est ce pas?) and even tell Facebook that you like it.
What more could you want (apart from a particularly nice piece of Double Gloucester my colleague informs me)?
And get your local church signed up by going to the Church Leaders' Pledge Page!