Category: Reading Event

#Readathon Challenge: Halloween Story Swap

THE HALLOWEEN STORY SWAP Welcome to my mini-challenge for this year’s Dewey’s 24-Hour Readathon! First things first, you must be a registered participant of the 24-Hour Readathon happening today in order to be eligible to win the prize. Now that that’s done: what is the… Continue Reading “#Readathon Challenge: Halloween Story Swap”

Joshua 5-Judges 2 #2018BibleRBR

Reading the Bible as Literature Week Eleven: Joshua 5 – Judges 2 The book of Joshua unfolds as a sequence of battles, one after the other, which demonstrates Joshua’s prowess as a military leader and ultimately result in the total settlement of Israel. The… Continue Reading “Joshua 5-Judges 2 #2018BibleRBR”

Exodus 33-Leviticus 13 #2018BibleRBR

Reading the Bible as Literature Week Five: Exodus 33-Leviticus 13 I’m going to be honest and say that I probably won’t have much to write as we work our way through the Book of Leviticus (the Third Book of Moses). The same will probably… Continue Reading “Exodus 33-Leviticus 13 #2018BibleRBR”

Exodus 13-Exodus 32 #2018BibleRBR

Reading the Bible as Literature Week Four: Exodus 13 – Exodus 32 As we wrap-up our first month of reading the Christian bible as literature, we come to the end of the second book, Exodus. We do have a few chapters left, but those… Continue Reading “Exodus 13-Exodus 32 #2018BibleRBR”

Genesis 43-Exodus 12 #2018BibleRBR

Reading the Bible as Literature Week Three: Genesis 43-Exodus 12 This week’s reading brought us to the end of Genesis, the first book of Moses, and into the second book, Exodus. In the conclusion of Genesis, we see the decline of the tribe of… Continue Reading “Genesis 43-Exodus 12 #2018BibleRBR”

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