GoodSeed believes that we need to be crystal clear on the Bible's primary message the gospel, and then pass it on in a way that makes sense using The Emmaus Road Message (TERM). It is their goal to produce TERM materials similar to The Stranger on the Road to Emmaus, sensitive to different ages, settings, the illiterate, or such groups as the seeing impaired. It is their goal to translate culturally contextualized TERM materials into all major and many smaller language groups.
This Book is Alive is a powerful new small group study that dives deep into the Word of God, helping you reach your full potential based on proven scriptural principles. Everything you need for your group is available on this website, absolutely free. The online community can make connecting with your small group or studying on your own a much more fruitful and rewarding experience. Each lesson in this program gives you the ability to discuss your thoughts and insights with others.
When we open the pages of Scripture, we discover there is One God, One Book, and One Story. BibleMesh aims to help people understand the big picture as well as important facts of the Bible. The first BibleMesh resource is "The Biblical Story," a course that presents Scripture as a cohesive narrative of God's work in the world from Genesis to Revelation. It utilizes an interactive quizzing tool that helps people remember what they have learned. It also includes a social networking platform which will allow pastors and church leaders to host their own online Bible studies and contribute their own resources.
Buck Denver Asks…What’s in the Bible? is a new DVD series from VeggieTales® creator Phil Vischer designed to walk kids and families through the entire Bible. Pastor & best-selling author Francis Chan says about the series, “I’ve never been more excited about a children’s DVD series!” Vischer is pursuing innovative new ways to integrate faith and storytelling through his company, Jellyfish Labs. His projects include Jelly Telly, which provides faith-based daily programming via the internet at JellyTelly.com.