I would like to take a minute and share something you can do that will radically change your life forever. What I am about to share with you is something so simple that even a child can do it. It is something so powerful that it will launch you on the greatest adventure of exploration and discovery a human being can know. Living water, life abundant, peace without measure, joy unspeakable and full of glory, prosperity and purpose. This experience that I have in mind has the power to deliver you from enslavement to every sin. What I am about to share with you is something that is within the reach of every person, whether you are a new Christian or have been a Christian for many years—whether you are male or female, adult or child. What is that something? It can be summed up in such words – visit website and study the Bible!

Why is it so vital to study the Bible? Because the Bible is the living Word of God – the Bible is the most potent force of Truth ever scripted in history – the Bible is the infallible medium through which God reveals himself to humanity – the Bible is the Word, the Word is Christ, and Christ is Salvation. 

“The Bible is worth more than all other books which have ever been printed.” Patrick Henry  

Even Napoleon is quoted as saying, “The Bible is no mere book, but a living creature that conquers all who oppose it.” 

“It is impossible to enslave mentally or socially a Bible-reading people. The principles of the Bible are the groundwork of human freedom.” Horace Greeley, Anti slavery advocate

“The whole hope of human progress is suspended on the ever growing influence of the Bible.” W.H. Seward

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M Barclay

M Barlcay serves as Reconciling Ministries Network’s Director of Communications. A life-long Methodist seeking ordination as a deacon, M originally hails from Florida where they worked for the Wesley Foundation and received a BA in Communications. While later attending seminary at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, they worked as a hospital chaplain and volunteered with local advocacy organizations. Since, they have served as Justice Associate and Youth Director at University UMC in Austin, Texas and as Faith Network Coordinator at Texas Freedom Network. M has experience organizing around issues of gender, sexuality, housing, and reproductive rights and is passionate about ministries and theology in the intersections of faith and society. M is a non-binary trans person and uses they/them pronouns.
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