The Gospel of Matthew
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The Gospel of Matthew  -     Edited By: Brian Chung, Bryan ye-Chung
    By: Brian Chung & Bryan Ye-Chung, eds. with Jan Johnson

The Gospel of Matthew

InterVarsity Press / 2020 / Paperback

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Come and experience the Scriptures in a fresh and life-giving way.

Encounter the beauty of the gospel in a profoundly new way with, The Gospel of Matthew, a collaboration between Alabaster Co. and InterVarsity Press. The full text of the Gospel of Matthew, in the modern New Living Translation, is artfully presented alongside beautiful full-color photographs and fourteen guided meditations by Bible teacher, author, and spiritual director Jan Johnson. The Alabaster Guided Meditations invite readers into deeper reflection by incorporating the church's ancient lectio divina and visio divina traditions. Though the intersection of passages, photography, thoughtfully designed layouts, and meditations, readers are invited to experience the Gospel of Matthew anew.

Guided Meditations:

  • The Baptism of Jesus (3:13-18)
  • Teaching About Love for Enemies (5:43-48)
  • The Faith of a Roman Officer (8:5-10, 13)
  • The Cost of Following Jesus (8:18-22)
  • Jesus Heals the Paralyzed Man (9:1-8)
  • Discussion About the Sabbath (12:1-8)
  • Parables of the Hidden Treasure and the Pearl (13:44-46)
  • Jesus Feeds Four Thousand (15:32-39)
  • Peter's Declaration About Jesus and Jesus Predicts His Death (16:13-20, 21-28)
  • The Parable of the Unforgiving Debtor (18:21-35)
  • The Parable of Vineyard Workers (20:1-16)
  • Jesus Clears the Temple (21:12-17)
  • The Soldiers Mock Jesus (27:27-31)
  • The Great Commission (28:16-20)

Product Information

Title: The Gospel of Matthew
By: Brian Chung & Bryan Ye-Chung, eds. with Jan Johnson
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 134
Vendor: InterVarsity Press
Publication Date: 2020
Weight: 12 ounces
ISBN: 0830848932
ISBN-13: 9780830848935
Text Color: Black Letter
Stock No: WW848935
Imprintable: No

Publisher's Description

Come and experience the Scriptures in a fresh and life-giving way. In this collaboration between Alabaster Co. and IVP, the full text of the Gospel of Matthew is presented alongside beautiful full-color photographs and fourteen guided meditations by Bible teacher, author, and spiritual director Jan Johnson. Carefully designed as a practical, study-focused version of Alabaster's other bible books, the Alabaster Guided Meditations invite readers into deeper reflection by incorporating the church's ancient lectio divina and visio divina traditions. Though the intersection of New Living Translation Bible passages, photography, thoughtfully designed layouts, and meditations, readers are invited to experience the Gospel of Matthew anew.

Author Bio

Jan Johnson is the author of over twenty books and more than a thousand magazine articles and Bible studies, including Meeting God in Scripture, Abundant Simplicity, and the Spiritual Disciplines Bible Study Series.


Brian Chung is the cofounder and business director of Alabaster Co. An entrepreneur, designer, and speaker, Brian has appeared on The Washington Post, Forbes, and The New Yorker.


Bryan Ye-Chung is an artist, designer, and entrepreneur. He is the cofounder and creative director of Alabaster Co., and has been featured in the Washington Post, the New Yorker, and Vox.

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