Wolfram Alpha is unique among search engines. It doesn’t find websites — it finds facts.
And I just realized that it has unexpected utility for those of us who think about college ministry.
For example, you can compare
UC Berkeley with UC Davis
Harvard with CBC).
Or you can get a surprising amount of information on
I shared this with my students last night and thought others might be interested as well. There are a lot of tools available to make reading the whole Bible very simple.
BiblePlan.org – has the widest variety of plans and will email you the readings for the plan you choose every day. If you only go to one site, go to this one.
One Year Bible Online has a facebook app and also has a blog that will give you commentary on every day’s readings (this is a very handy feature).
Bible Gateway is the standard site for Bible stuff for most Christians I know. They have a variety of reading plans
, but a unique feature of their site is that they will start
the Bible in 90 days on June 1st. That’s almost the exact length of summer break for most college students — and we had about a dozen students in our ministry do it last summer. If you’re looking for a way to make your summer fruitful, this might be the challenge you need.
Bible.logos.com – is, in my estimation, the best site for reading lengthy passages. They also have Bible reading plans on their site (registration required).
If you don’t like sorting through a ton of options, just go sign up to get
daily emails from the M’Cheyne plan in either the NIV or the NLT.
Hope these help you!
Mr. T pities the fool who does not know how to treat mama right.
Happy mother’s day, Mom and Mom‐In‐Law!
I just saw a cool video of Joel’s prophecy (the one quoted by Peter in Acts 2) made by The Work of the People. It’s definitely worth taking a minute and thirty‐nine seconds to watch.
I just saw a cool video of Joel’s prophecy (the one quoted by Peter in Acts 2) made by
The Work of the People
. It’s definitely worth taking a minute and thirty‐nine seconds to watch.
Texts: Joel 2:28–32, Acts 2:16–21