Daily Video Bible Study

Do you struggle with personal Bible study time? Would like to be into God’s Word more than you? Would you like to try a different kind of Bible study? If you answer “Yes” to any of these question then E-DiBS may be for you! E-DiBS stands for “Electronic Daily Individual Bible Study.”

E-DiBS is designed to grow God’s kingdom by getting people into the Bible on a daily basis, letting God’s Word build and strengthen their spirituality to become stronger, more committed members of Christ’s church. So often we find ourselves wanting to study the Bible on a daily basis, but we just cannot find the time. Here is your chance! E-DiBS will deliver to you a daily Bible study, via email, where Pastor Paul will go book-by-book, verse-by-verse and have a short explanation and application for better understanding.

In addition to the video Bible study, a copy of the Bible study can be opened and printed to either read along with Pastor Paul or to study further at a later time. The Bible study only takes eight minutes and provides a great start to the day, a quiet reflective break from the hectic paces or a concluding moment before bed.

Interested? Then email St. Mark, at the following address, and provide your name and email address so that you can be placed on the distribution list.


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If at anytime you wish to stop, you can either email St. Mark again or simply select the "unsubscribe" on the daily email.

Best of all, if you like the daily Bible study, simply forward your daily email to someone else who has struggled with their Bible reading or who might like an additional study. If they respond positively, then let Jim Hillmann know and he’ll add their email address to the daily distribution so they can receive it directly.

The intent of this ministry is to grow God’s kingdom through daily Bible study and the Evangelism committee believes E-DiBS is a great tool to assist with this effort.

Please prayerfully consider using this email Bible study, then passing it on to others. If you have any further questions, please email Jim Hillmann or St. Mark's Office.

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