For Bible Study Nerds

For Bible Study Nerds

Mike Nappa: Book Publishing Credits

  • God in Slow Motion (Thomas Nelson Publishers) 2013
  • Instant Family Devotions (Baker Books) 2012
  • When Pigs Fly (Group Publishing) 2012
  • The Jesus Survey (Baker Books) 2012
  • Sky iOpeners (Group VBS) 2012
  • 77 Reasons Why Your Book Was Rejected (Sourcebooks) 2011
  • Instant Small Group (Baker Books) 2011
  • Pogo’s Prank-a-Palooza Day (Group Publishing) 2011
  • PandaMania iOpeners (Group VBS) 2011
  • Hometown Nazareth iGrow Chart (Group VBS) 2011
  • Interactive Illustrations (Standard Publishing) 2010
  • Creative Family Prayer Times (NavPress) 2007
  • Make it Stick (Group Publishing) (contributor) 2007
  • Heartwarming Christmas Stories’ (David C. Cook) (contributor) 2006
  • The New Men’s Devotional Bible (Zondervan) (contributor) 2006
  • Tuesdays with Matthew (David C. Cook) 2003
  • Growing Up Fatherless (Baker Books) 2003
  • Faith 4 Life: Getting Along with Others (Group Publishing) 2003
  • Who Moved My Church (RiverOak Publishing) (foreword by John Maxwell) 2001
  • The Prayer of Jesus (Barbour Publishing) 2001
  • Zachary’s Zoo (Zonderkidz) 2000, 2007
  • A Mind Like His (Barbour Publishing) 2000
  • Lunch Box Promises (Standard Publishing) 2000
  • Lunch Box Trivia (Standard Publishing) 2000
  • Lunch Box Laughs (Standard Publishing) 2000
  • True Stories of Transformed Lives (Tyndale House Publishers) 1999
  • True Stories of Answered Prayers (Tyndale House Publishers) 1999
  • What I Wish My Youth Leader Knew about Youth Ministry (Standard Publishing) (foreword by Rebecca St. James)1999
  • A Heart Like His (Barbour Publishing) 1999
  • Legacy of Joy (Barbour Publishing) 1998
  • The Heart of a Father (Barbour Publishing) 1998
  • Imagine That (Augsburg Books) 1998
  • Family Nights Tool Chest: Wisdom Life Skills (David C. Cook) 1998
  • Family Nights Tool Chest: Christian Character Qualities (David C. Cook) 1998
  • It’s a Sheep’s Life (Standard Publishing) 1997
  • Faith Happens (Standard Publishing) 1997
  • Family Nights Tool Chest: Basic Christian Beliefs (Group Publishing) 1997
  • An Introduction to Family Nights (David C. Cook) 1997
  • Get Real (Group Publishing) 1996
  • 52 Fun Family Prayer Adventures (Augsburg Books) 1996
  • Noah, Noah, What’ll We Do? (Group Publishing) 1996
  • Do You See the Star? (Group Publishing) 1996
  • Jesus What’s for Lunch? (Group Publishing) 1996
  • Little Lamb, Where Did You Go? (Group Publishing) 1996
  • Bible Hero Adventures: Old Testament (Group Publishing) (contributor) 1996
  • Bible Hero Adventures: New Testament (Group Publishing) (contributor) 1996
  • Bore No More! (Group Publishing) 1995
  • 1996 Just-Plan It Daily Organizer (Group Publishing) 1995
  • 1995-1996 Student Plan-It Calendar (Group Publishing) 1995
  • 52 Fun Family Devotions (Augsburg Books) 1994
  • The Youth Worker’s Encyclopedia of Bible-Teaching Ideas: Old Testament (Group Publishing) (series editor; contributor) 1994
  • The Youth Worker’s Encyclopedia of Bible-Teaching Ideas: New Testament (Group Publishing) (series editor; contributor) 1994
  • The Church: What am I Doing Here? (Group Publishing) 1993
  • 1993-1994 Student Plan-It Calendar (Group Publishing) 1993
  • Reaching Out to a Hurting World (Group Publishing) 1992
  • Accepting Others (Group Publishing) 1992
  • The Youth Bible (Word Publishing) 1991 (contributor)

 

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Matthew 6:16-18; Fasting (Factual Info)
Jesus’ instruction about fasting assumes that it is a normal part of a life devoted to God…but why fast? Why did (and do) people go without food and/or water as a religious observance? Here are a few reasons from Scripture: • Once a year, as a commemorative action on the Day of Atonement

posted 12:00:58pm Oct. 20, 2014 | read full post »

Matthew 6:5-15; Prayer (Word Study)
Forgiveness is a crucial element of The Lord’s Prayer, and it always carries both vertical and horizontal applications. “Forgive us our debts” Jesus said in Matthew 6:12—a vertical, us-to-God appeal. Then he said, “…As we have also forgiven our debtors”—a horizontal, us-to-others com

posted 12:00:57pm Oct. 17, 2014 | read full post »

Matthew 6:5-15; Prayer (Rhetorical Influences)
Matthew 6:9-13 is one of the most famous biblical texts of all time. Known as “The Lord’s Prayer,” it records Jesus’ specific instructions for how to pray. It’s important to notice that, immediately before giving this text, Christ warned his followers to avoid “babbling like pagans”

posted 12:00:56pm Oct. 15, 2014 | read full post »

Matthew 6:5-15; Prayer (Cultural Commentary)
If Jesus’ description of flamboyant, hypocritical praying sounds like grand theatre, that’s because it probably was. “And when you pray,” Jesus said in Matthew 6:5, “do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by m

posted 12:00:55pm Oct. 13, 2014 | read full post »

Matthew 6:1-4; Giving to the Needy (Theological Commentary)
“Your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.” Jesus’ comment, recorded in Matthew 6:4, is an affirmation of the related ideas that God is both everywhere and all-knowing. Theologians call these concepts “omnipresence” (or “immanence”) and “omniscience.” So wha

posted 12:00:54pm Oct. 10, 2014 | read full post »


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