How long will a daily lesson take?
We suggest setting aside at least 30-45 minutes daily for each lesson. You may choose to do the reading portion audibly during other parts of your day and this may lessen the duration of the study time. Of course, you will likely have thoughts, notes and questions as you complete your daily lesson. We include extra space to jot these notes down.
What ages are the iWrite Bible devotionals best suited for?
Based on the amount of reading and writing necessary to complete the lessons we recommend our devotionals to Teens-Adults. In the near future, we will be adding a kids line of devotionals.
What version of the Bible do you use to write iWrite Bible devotionals?
The books are designed with a plan that you can follow using any version of the Bible you wish. As long as the Bible is your primary study tool, you will be able to use your favorite version or versions. When I write my introduction and inspiration material, I quote from the New King James Version.
What denomination is iWrite Bible written for?
This is the most unique aspect of iWrite Bible’s study method. We do not teach doctrine! We give you a study plan to journey through the Bible chronologically and you are given the tools to discover God’s character and how it applies to your current life circumstances. With this in place you are able to identify what you believe about the scriptures and formulate your interpretation.
Can I use this as a group study?
As of right now, we do not have an organized leader guide. This is something we are considering after receiving feedback from our test group. The devotional is set up with a 40 day reading and writing plan, with questions that allow you to discover God’s character and apply it to you own life.
This may work well as an online social media group, one on one with a neighbor or friend close by for coffee, or even as a family. These types of settings are easier to structure into daily meeting times.