David R. Helm
One-to-One Bible Reading: A Simple Guide for Every Christian
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One to One Bible Reading A Simple Guide for Every Christian Can you think of people in your life that you would like to see progress spiritually perhaps a non Christian colleague or a Christian friend at church or a family member Here s a way to help them un

  • Title: One-to-One Bible Reading: A Simple Guide for Every Christian
  • Author: David R. Helm
  • ISBN: 9781921441981
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback
  • Can you think of people in your life that you would like to see progress spiritually perhaps a non Christian colleague, or a Christian friend at church, or a family member Here s a way to help them understand of God in a way that is simple and personal, and that doesn t rely on getting them to a church program or event.All this is possible through one to one Bible reaCan you think of people in your life that you would like to see progress spiritually perhaps a non Christian colleague, or a Christian friend at church, or a family member Here s a way to help them understand of God in a way that is simple and personal, and that doesn t rely on getting them to a church program or event.All this is possible through one to one Bible reading Matthias Media

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    1. Peter Krol says:

      When we talk about "Bible study," we usually refer to one of these two things: small group discussion or personal time with God. People study the Bible alone, or they study it in gaggles. But David Helm, in his short but wonderful book One-to-One Bible Reading, offers another option--that of studying the Bible with someone one-on-one.It only makes sense. One-on-one meetings are more common, more personal, more interactive, and more individually tailored than any other type of meeting. One-on-one [...]

    2. Jon says:

      Great simple approach to a simple framework for discipleship with another believer.Maybe too simple to warrant a book and not a blog post?Imagine if all Christians, as a normal part of their [walk with God], were caught up in a web of regular Bible reading—not only digging into the Word privately, but reading it with their siblings before bed, with their parents over breakfast, with a non-Christian at school once a week over lunch, with a new Christian for follow-up every couple of weeks for m [...]

    3. Tom Wilding says:

      A really quick and easy introduction to one-to-one Bible reading in two parts. Part one explains why it is such a good thing to and how to go about it generally. Part two offers more practical tips and techniques for reading with different groups: non-Christian, new Christian and established Christian. I found it encouraging and hope to put some of it into practice

    4. Rob says:

      I appreciate the practicality of this book - specifically the plans/approaches for working through Scripture 1-1. While intended/focused on adults, I found the "Sweedish method" particularly interesting when contemplating a Bible study approach with our two middle-school-age children.

    5. David Schultz says:

      A simple primer on small Bible studies. If you’ve read other books/articles regarding bible study this may be too basic.

    6. Katy Sammons says:

      I love this simple approach to Bible study. We will be implementing it in the ministry I direct.

    7. Gavin Breeden says:

      Short and extremely helpful guide on sitting down with someone and reading the Bible together. Highly recommended for any Christian to read. Essential for those serving in any sort of ministry role.

    8. Ben Laur says:

      Is it fair to even call this a book? It's hardly fifty pages. AnywayThis was fantastic. I think so much of its power lies in its simplicity. We overthink things so much, but in reality making disciples and reading the Bible can be so much simpler. Make the Bible accessible to people. Quit telling people to read the Bible, and get them actually reading it. Quit telling them what the Bible means, and enable them to find out for themselves. Remove the professionalism of Bible scholars and pastors, [...]

    9. John says:

      Helm subtitles his little book "a simple guide for every Christian" -- and does he ever deliver on that promise. This helpful guide can be picked up and understood by someone new to the faith and would also prove helpful to seasoned Christians. Helm has two sections in this brief book, the first is an exhortation to study the scriptures together with someone. Helm believes that people are changed when they read the Bible together -- this practice be transformative to unbelievers and Christian le [...]

    10. Jan says:

      Handy little booklet. 3.75 stars

    11. Deon says:

      practical & easy to read and apply

    12. Jamie says:

      Great follow-up to the concepts in The Trellis and The Vine. Simple and profound.

    13. Daniel says:

      Wow. Short, simple and extremely practical. Shows how to put into practice the vision from The Trellis and the Vine.

    14. Jeff Short says:

      When we think of evangelism and discipleship, we tend to think of resources. we want books and helps to guide us. This is partly due to inexperience and partly due to lack of confidence. It may also come from fear of misguiding another in spiritual matters. If we are not careful, these can paralyze us so we end up doing nothing. The suggestion in this book is not against the use of resources, but rather to recommend we use the best resource, the Bible. Helm lays out simple and helpful ways for u [...]

    15. Elise Marie says:

      One-to-One Bible Reading is a great resource for those looking for a practical guide to reading the Bible with anyone. David clearly outlines in the early chapters of the book why one to one Bible reading is an important, yet often neglected ministry. He reflects on how too often, churches seek to foster spiritual growth through programs and events, rather than encouraging "gospel growth [in] the everyday fabric of personal relationship, rather than relying on church run programs". He argues tha [...]

    16. Audrey says:

      While I love the premise behind this book, I felt it was a little simple. It took me a really long time to get through it because it's really like a 1 + 2 = 3 book, i.e. I'm thinking 'yeah, duh' as I'm reading it. But I finished it, and I will say that if you don't already have a background in and firm conviction of the absolute NEED for Christians to study the Bible and to reach non-Christians by helping them learn the Bible, then you need to read this book! I already have this conviction and h [...]

    17. Kyle Hoffsmith says:

      This is a great book by David Helm and published by Matthias Media. Many people don't read the Bible very often. Beyond this, many people read the Bible alone. This book challenges Christians to read the Bible with another person or in a small group. It includes strategies, examples, and information that is useful for the reader to craft a plan that is contextually doable for his or her ministry!I am excited about this book for the youth ministry that I lead and to give this to other youth pasto [...]

    18. Ben Potloff says:

      Awesome little book. Great resource on how to disciple someone by simply reading the Bible with them. I was convicted by how many of my discipleship relationships and meetings lack the basic necessity of time reading the Word together. This book is so practical and the reading plans and study/discussion questions are super helpful.

    19. Brandon Keel says:

      Good starting point or reminder to look back at the compelling simplicity of reading the Bible together as the foundation of discipleship. Some great hermeneutics resources packed in also. Almost too simple, though, and at points feels as though it might function better condensed as a blog post.

    20. Sarah says:

      Super helpful guide to reading the Bible with another person, Christian or non-Christian. An easy and quick read with clear practical application and great resources.

    21. Jonathan Templeton says:

      Short and easy. The study questions are helpful and easy to follow.

    22. Dave Westerveld says:

      More of a pamphlet than a book, but some good practical advice in here. It's a simple practice and to it's credit this book doesn't try to make it complicated.

    23. Nathan says:

      Good book. Very simple; very practical. This book is a great encouragement for a Christian to do *with others* one of the simplest (and often too-intimidating) disciplines of the Christian life.

    24. Ian Hammond says:

      I am a fan of this simple and optimistic approach.

    25. Matthew says:

      My friend, Jay, recommended this. Such a great way to help both non-believers and believers get in the Bible.

    26. Bruce says:

      Book ReviewOne to One Bible ReadingDavid HelmLesson One: Never rate a book when you are recovering from a major surgery and can’t think straight.I read One to One Bible Reading the week after a major surgery and gave it a three star rating on . A three-star rating means, just ok. I recently re-read the little book and upped my rating to four stars. Here’s why.The book is put out by matthiasmedia a wonderful ministry that puts out the Trellis and the Vine-a book that serves as the ministry mo [...]

    27. Emily says:

      Very practical Bible study suggestions for reading the Bible with different types of people: mature Christians, baby Christians, and unbelievers.

    28. Wade says:

      This is the best, most practical book that I have read on studying the Bible with others. Very solid.

    29. Shelby says:

      Title: One-To-One Bible Reading: a simple guide for every christianAuthor: David HelmDate I Finished Reading: November 30,2012My Rating: 5/5“Reading one-to-one is a variation on that most central Christian activity — reading the Bible– but done in the context of reading with someone else. It is something a Christian does with another person, on a regular basis, for a mutually agreed upon length of time, with the intention of reading through and discussing a book or part of a book of the Bi [...]

    30. Jim Drake says:

      It doesn’t take a whole lot of research and insight to understand the greatest weaknesses of most churches are evangelism and discipleship. Fixing those problems would cure most (if not all) of what ails us. Salvations, baptism rate, church discipline, regenerate church membership, giving, church planting, unity, doctrinal fidelity—all would be cured if we could just get our evangelism and discipleship problems fixed. Because of that, there are countless programs developed and books written [...]

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