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The Story: Read the Bible as One Seamless Story

The Story: Read the Bible as One Seamless Story

Read The Story. Experience The Bible.

The Story is a powerful, and rewarding way to read though the Bible to get the Big Picture.

Condensed into 31 easy accessible chapters, The Story sweeps you into the unfolding progression of Bible characters and events arranged chronologically.

Christianity is a story about God and the remarkable lengths he goes to in order to rescue lost and hurting people.

The Story gives you just that—the story of Scripture. Condensed into 30 accessible chapters, it reads more like a novel than your typical religious text. And like any good story, The Story is filled with intrigue, drama, conflict, romance, and redemption.

Those that have beta tested The Story experienced the following key benefits:

  • Enhanced comprehension of the Bible
  • Newfound confidence to share the Word
  • Heightened sense of accomplishment
  • Naturally increased community outreach

You can experience these same results!

The Story for Kids

Adventure. Humor. Drama. Now kids can discover God’s great love story in a new format! As you read The Story for Kids you will uncover the ‘big picture.’

You’ll find out that God’s story is not just a collection of random adventures—it’s a complete story that tells about God’s great love for his people.

Using the New International Reader’s Version, The Story for Kids reads like a novel.

Events, characters, and teachings are arranged in order to show God’s unfolding story. With fun art and thought-provoking questions, you’ll love reading the greatest story ever told!


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  1. Gabreial

    This is scary!

     18 I warn everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this scroll: If anyone adds anything to them, God will add to that person the plagues described in this scroll. 19 And if anyone takes words away from this scroll of prophecy, God will take away from that person any share in the tree of life and in the Holy City, which are described in this scroll. Rev. 22:18

    This is sold as an abridge version if the Bible, what is ok about changing God’s Word, the words he made sure were put into the Bible? Job has been left out, parts of Abraham. Just scary.

  2. Its no different than thousand Kids Bible stories on the market.

  3. Robin, what message and point of view does this Bible Story book take? Does it make the typical Christianity jump in the end that makes the original scriptures and Torah “obsolete”?

  4. Gabreial

    I agree, those are equally as scary! My children both use the same Bible as we do. God’s word doesn’t need to be watered down for them to understand it. The Holy Spirit is the same Spirit of Truth for them as He is for me.

  5. It is a story– a collection of stories from the Bible to make it read like a novel.

  6. I don’t agree. To take this stance means every book that refers to ANY Scripture is wrong because it does not include all of it. Like a study guide to John leaves out 65 books so its no good. Come on. You know its not the whole Word– just a good chronological overview for ease in understanding who did what when. Use your KJV to study. Its not perfect but its very good.

  7. Dana Perez


    I have taught Preschool for twenty some odd years, having personal opportunity to view what is appropriate for young ones to comprehend. All Stories have many different levels but not all are stories fit for little ears. Such as Sodom and Gomorrah, for example it not for a young child mind to be exposed to. Nor do we do we see it in most lessons taught. It is a hard concept to fathom even for adults. So is best taught when the time is right.
    To have a book that is prepared for children, allows the freedom of the child to brows on their own. A mother would be foolish to hand a youngster the computer and have free access. Like wise you would not give a child of three the keys to your car expecting them to go to work, that is not age appropriate. We as parents safe guard our children until they are equipped to handle the information. Printing a book that explains the bible in order, is not heresy. It is a teaching tool, made to bless the heart of a child at their level. Granted, Gabreial, this is not your style, but some parent need this tool. Each to his own. Sweet heart we are called to unite as a body. Not divide. We are all different but one in Christ. Trust the Lord, He is in control. This parents will raise godly kids, As you have that right to. I just taught Sodom and Gomorrah to our daughter very hard concept at Eleven…. It was worth waiting.
    Gabreial, thank you for sharing as I hope you believe I have a right to express my view. That way we can grow in Christ, and bless our families.
    In the Lord we believe, in the Lord we will Love.

  8. Dana Perez

    Carol G can you please explain this statement…Does it make the typical Christianity jump in the end that makes the original scriptures and Torah “obsolete”? what is obsolete….about The Lords word?

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