NIV Busy Dad's Bible: Daily Inspiration Even If You Only Have One Minute

Front Cover
Christopher D. Hudson
HarperCollins Christian Publishing, May 24, 2011 - Bibles - 1216 pages
105 Reviews

Got a minute? Only a minute? This Bible is designed just for you. The NIV Busy Dad’s Bible is the perfect support for the time-starved dad who longs to connect with God for wisdom and encouragement. Throughout this Bible, you will find 52 one-minute "Thought Starters" that let you engage God’s Word, followed by two options to help you go deeper. A five-minute "Reflect and Pray" or a ten-minute "Study" help you learn even more about what God’s Word has to say to you today. NIV 2011. The New International Version (NIV) translation of the Bible is the world’s most popular modern-English Bible—easy to understand, yet rich with the detail found in the original languages.

 

What people are saying - Write a review

User ratings

5 stars
64
4 stars
23
3 stars
11
2 stars
5
1 star
2

Review: NIV, Lifehacks Bible, eBook: Practical Tools for Successful Spiritual Habits / Special edition - eBook

User Review  - Just Commonly - Christianbook.com

The NIV Lifehacks Bible is unlike many of the study Bibles out there. It's not a commentary type Bible, nor is it a devotional with personal human-interest stories to draw relevance with the readers ... Read full review

Review: NIV, Lifehacks Bible, eBook: Practical Tools for Successful Spiritual Habits / Special edition - eBook

User Review  - JDM - Christianbook.com

"When you rise in the morning, nearly half of your day will be determined by the patterns youve either intentionally created or passively allowed. Theres no avoiding it: the patterns we cultivate ... Read full review

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2011)

Christopher D. Hudson served as the General Editor of Strive: The Bible for Men as well as Revolution: the Bible for Teen Guys. He was a consulting editor for the New Men’s Devotional Bible and has created many other best-selling Bible projects. In addition, he has created daily devotional titles such as Day by Day with the Early Church Fathers. Christopher lives with his wife and three children in northern Illinois, where he also serves on the athletic coaching staff of Wheaton College.

Bibliographic information