If you’ve been around the deeperChristian website for any length of time, you will recognize the word “saturation.” I use it in relation to Bible study—how we are to be saturated in the Bible. But I didn’t coin the term, in fact, it is a word and concept we use often in Cross Style, a ministry I have the privilege of being connected with and teach at several times a year.
Though I no longer live in Tennessee working full time with Cross Style, I do still teach at our two yearly conferences and I am still involved behind the scenes with the websites and book publishing.
As such, over the past couple of months, I’ve helped Jeremiah Bolich publish two saturation guides on the book of Romans. Jeremiah has written a daily saturation study that walks readers through a little bit of Romans every day. The concept is to take a nugget from a verse and “chew” or “saturate” in it throughout the day.
If you’ve ever wanted to study the book of Romans and/or learn more about Saturation Bible Study, these daily saturation guides can be helpful. Though there will be more daily saturation study books in Romans coming in the future, this is a great way to begin diving deeper into God’s Word.
This month, I’m excited to give away ten copies of Jeremiah’s first book in the Romans: a daily saturation study series to a member of the deeperChristian community!
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March 2017 Winners!
Congratulations to Anna Northup who won a copy of Spurgeon’s three-volume set The Treasury of David.