That’s a wrap!
Well, we made it to the end of The Bible Teacher’s Podcast – Season One! Eight weeks, 40 episodes! If you missed it, all forty episodes in season one are there and waiting for you on Apple Podcast, or just search for Bible Teachers Podcast on your favorite podcast app. Whether you’re a pastor, small group leader, youth leader, or just a curious listener, join us as we equip you to do what you do better – and together with you – elevate the craft of Bible teaching. And you’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at how we make our audio guides Through the Word.
Thank you to all who listened in – we got some fantastic feedback and reviews from you all! We are sitting at a 5.0 rating on Apple Podcast!
For all of you who reviewed the podcast and ordered stickers, please be patient, just a bit longer. The vinyl is on backorder, but we should have the stickers by the end of the month.
We wanted to share some of the amazing testimonies we have received here at TTW. We absolutely love hearing from our listeners – your stories remind us why we do what we do! If you have a TTW testimony you’d like to share, drop us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. So here’s a testimony from Ana!
I’m Ana. I’m a Brazilian, 18-year-old girl. I first heard of TTW when I started studying the Bible. After reading it, I wanted to understand more. So I started searching for studies on some “less popular” books on the YouVersion app, & I found an audio guide of yours. I loved it from the beginning!
Today, through the app, I’m studying the whole Bible. My faith has been made stronger by these studies. How many times, I’ve been “mind-blown” by how much God is teaching me in 10-min guides. Wow.
As a Brazilian, these guides also help me with English. I’m glad to say that I’m starting to learn a church and Biblical vocabulary.
The pictures attached are of my Bible. I write a few words about every guide I hear, to have a sum of what I’ve learned and want to remember.
Thanks, TTW team. The Holy Spirit often guides me by reminding me of what I’ve listened to in your guides.
Relief Work Links
Afghan Refugee Relief
If you are in the Los Angeles/Orange/Riverside area, we recommend getting in touch with Voice of Refugees, who have been working in Little Arabia in Anaheim, CA for many years.
World Relief has offices in 11 states, and its website has volunteer and advocacy opportunities.
Hurricane Ida Relief
Salvation Army – The Salvation Army has refrigerated trucks and has set up mobile kitchens, feeding 15,000 people a day. They are also providing mobile units for showers and laundry.
World Vision – based in Texas, World Vision is sending trucks of supplies into Louisiana and other hard-hit areas to assist with food and relief work.
Be sure to check with your local church or denomination to see what they are doing as well. Many larger denominations will be able to send resources to local churches in the affected areas, allowing the local churches to reach out to their neighborhoods, sharing the love of Jesus with a hot meal and a gospel message.