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Publication Date: 2018
Genesis | Exodus | Leviticus | 2 Chronicles | Psalms | Luke | John | 2 Corinthians | Hebrews | Revelation
This spring, Daily Bible Study presents a series of readings following the theme "Acknowledging God." Readings come from Old and New Testament texts. These daily readings, which prepare us for the 13 lessons in Adult Bible Studies, are written by Abby Thornton Hailey, Clara Welch, and Christopher Momany.
Follow Me in My Ways
Daily readings in this four-week unit focus on how God provides, how no other God compares to the one true God, the importance of giving thanks to God, and the importance of keeping God's statues and ordinances.
All Glory and Honor
This five-week unit features readings about Jesus' suffering, death, and resurrection; appearances of Jesus after his resurrection; what it means to follow Jesus; worship of the Lord God, the Almighty; and why blessing, glory, and honor forever are due only to the Lord God.
Give Praise to God
The daily readings in this four-week unit explore what it means to give from a generous heart, what constitutes acceptable offerings to God, the importance of joyful remembering in the life of faith, and reasons for rejoicing in the restoration Jesus brings to our lives.
This ongoing day-by-day Bible study series is presented in quarterly segments. Bible-based, Christ-focused, and United Methodist-approved, this resource helps individuals develop the discipline of studying the Bible every day. It coordinates with the lesson themes of Adult Bible Studies. Each lesson includes: a one-page Bible study for each day of the quarter, along with introductory reflection questions and Commentary on the daily Scripture passage, Life Application, and a concluding prayer. Available in print and eBook format.
Chris Momany is the chaplain and director of church relations at Adrian College and a member of the Department of Philosophy/Religion. He is an ordained United Methodist minister and has been the pastor of several churches. He is a graduate of Adrian College, Princeton Theological Seminary, and Drew University.
Chris has been published in The Christian Century, The Wesleyan Theological Journal, The Asbury Theological Journal, Circuit Rider Magazine, The United Methodist Reporter, and other venues. His book on the Wesleyan ethic of love and justice bears the title, Doing Good: A Grace-Filled Approach to Holiness.
His current research explores the relationship between antebellum moral philosophy or philosophical ethics and the antislavery movement. For several years, Chris has combined his writing and teaching with an emphasis on the tragedy of human trafficking. Today it is estimated that 27 million people are held as
slaves throughout the world. Chris has been a national leader among college and church professionals in confronting this issue.