In 2011 I recorded my Scripture highlights for the whole year. In 2012 I even got their Passages Bible on my Nook. It tracks with the Daily Audio Bible podcast so you don't have to turn pages in your Bible:
- Old Testament reading
- New Testament reading
- Psalms--goes through twice in a year
Every few days on my iPod I love to listen to
Al Mohler delivers news from a Christian persective. His first podcast of 2013 includes:
- Story 1 - US Congress Passes Fiscal Cliff Deal, Financial Times (Richard McGregor); A Showdown Long Foreseen, New York Times (Jennifer Steinhauer); Wonkbook: Everything you Need to Know about the Fiscal Cliff Deal, Washington Post (Ezra Klein)
You have to be careful, however, listening in your car. One day an officer stopped me.
"Sir, I didn't notice that STOP sign because I was changing podcasts."
"Show me your iPod," he said. I did and noticing "Safe Driver" on my driver's license he let me go with a warning.
These days some ministries have gone to YouTube, but that takes time to listen to on your computer, or smart phone. If I get a chance to listen to YouTube, I would listen to
Nicene Council produced the most viewed posts of all time on this blog for their best-selling DVD Amazing Grace.
But for now, time wise, I get my daily Bible reading in on my podcasts. Listening causes me to go back and meditate and pray more--just a desire of my heart. Many reformed folks, I fear, just seem to read theology, but not the Bible. Many Christians do neither, I also fear.
What is your favorite medium for input--blogs, podcasts, books, serious Bible study? What books did you get recently to recommend to me?
I do not have the Bible as a resolution, because it has become a habit now.