We’re at the end of a five-part series to help you boost biblical literacy in the home. I know, the expression, “biblical literacy” may be about as clear as “molecular geometry.” But the basic truth is this:
Because of declining Bible understanding and engagement among young people, they’re walking away from the faith in droves. Statistically, the belief we’re hoping to see our kids embrace is not sticking.
And that’s where Pillar 5 comes in.
Every runner needs a vision of the finish line.
Christians need a clear view of the finish line, too. Why? In both cases the finish line is the end of the race, and where the rewards are distributed.
Did I say rewards? Yes I did.
The Bible is like a Rubik’s cube.
Not the completed cube with all six colors lined up on their respective sides, but the scrambled puzzle with different colors scattered on each side.
Even despite past attempts, and failures, to unscramble the puzzle, we all still want to engage and unlock its mysteries.