This Bible is patterned after the Willow Creek model of ministry, intended for those in the investigative stage of their spiritual journey. Its "seeker-sensitive" approach also benefits new believers. In-text notes and insights draw the reader into the message and point the way to a relationship with Jesus.
9 point text
Book Introductions and Outlines
Translation and textual notes
Over 450 icon-tagged information windows lead you through Bible passages covering six important themes Discovering God, Reasons to Believe, Addressing Questions, Knowing Yourself, Strengthening Relationships, and Managing Resources
Introductory articles define key concepts involved in being a spiritually curious seeker
"Five Alive" reading plan cover the books of Genesis, Deuteronomy, John, Acts, and Romans, providing you with extra notes and insights on the key messages of the Bible
"Where to Find It" lists the Bible's most familiar events and their locations
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'''You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.''---Jeremiah 29:13 The Journey is uniquely designed to help you discover the practical aspects of Christianity and better understand God. Patterned after the Willow Creek model of ministry and intended for those in the investigative stage of their spiritual journey, The Journey's 'seeker-sensitive' approach addresses key questions you may have about the Bible and its relevance today. Notes and insights are woven throughout the complete NIV Bible text, drawing you into the message and pointing the way to a relationship with Jesus. ''Icons'' trace six seeker themes throughout Scripture: ''Discovering God,'' ''Addressing Questions,'' ''Strengthening Relationships,'' ''Reasons to Believe,'' ''Knowing Yourself,'' and ''Managing Resources.'' Also included in The Journey are introductory articles that define key concepts involved in being a spiritually curious seeker, book introductions, indexes, a dictionary/concordance, and a 'Faith Alive' reading plan covering Genesis, Deuteronomy, John, Acts, and Romans. NIV 2011. The New International Version (NIV) translation of the Bible is the world's most popular modern-English Bible---easy to understand, yet rich with the detail found in the original languages.'