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  • How to Set Parental Controls on iPhone? [Visual Guide] October 8, 2021
    While your iPhone is ideal for accessing all forms of information on the go, it’s important as a parent that you limit access to your iPhone or your child’s iPhone. Why do you need to control and monitor iPhone access? There are so many reasons that we need to be scrutinizing our children’s iPhone access. … […]
    Lauren May
  • How to Block Text Messages on an iPhone? [And More Tips] October 1, 2021
    Text messages provide a fast and efficient way to communicate with your contacts. There are many benefits to sending an SMS or MMS message, and they are especially useful for people that prefer to communicate offline. Being able to send a text rather than call someone is an excellent way to communicate if you do… […]
    Alexandria Ingham
  • How to Block Pornhub on All Your Child’s Devices Today! September 26, 2021
    The role of every parent is to protect their child from danger and keep them safe from harm. In the past, this role involved parents keeping their children safe from physical danger. However, nowadays, parents and caregivers must also contend with protecting their children from the unpredictable and often unknown risks of the digital world.… […]
    Lauren May
  • How to Track a Cell Phone Number on Google Maps Remotely without Installing Any App? September 17, 2021
    2017 was a busy year for Google Maps. Google added many new features to their celebrated Maps, including real-time traffic data, local reviews for nearby restaurants, and the ability to drop a pin to find where you parked your car. Most parents are familiar with these functions of Google Maps. You probably use them in… […]
    Lauren May
  • Best 5 Free GPS Tracking Apps for iPhone [2021] August 30, 2021
    There are many reasons why you may want to have a GPS tracker in your life. It could be that you want to keep track of your own location history, because wouldn’t it be nice to have a record of all the places that you’ve visited? Or perhaps you want to keep an eye on… […]
    Alexandria Ingham

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  • How to Live the Bible — The End of the World October 20, 2021
    This is the one-hundred-seventy-ninth lesson in author and pastor Mel Lawrenz’ How to Live the Bible series. If you know someone or a group who would like to follow along on this journey through Scripture, they can get more info and sign up to receive these essays via email here. “At that time they will […]
    Mel Lawrenz
  • Passagio Setting—The Next Step in Bible Page Design: An Interview with Melinda Bouma October 19, 2021
    Drawing on the essence of harmony through the ages comes a breakthrough in the page design of print Bibles for the 21st century, starting with Scripture in the New American Standard Bible (NASB) and New International Version (NIV) Bible translations. Bible Gateway interviewed Melinda Bouma, publisher of Zondervan Bibles, about Passagio Setting Bibles (Zondervan, 2021). […]
    Jonathan Petersen
  • New International Reader’s Version (NIrV)—Meet the Translators: An Interview with Jeannine K. Brown, PhD October 18, 2021
    Now celebrating its 25th anniversary, the New International Reader’s Version (NIrV) easy-to-read Bible translation for young readers and English language learners has more than 8.5 million copies in print worldwide, being jointly published by Zondervan and Biblica since 1996. [Read the Bible Gateway Blog post, New International Reader’s Version (NIrV) Bible Translation Celebrates Its 25th […]
    Jonathan Petersen
  • Weekly Brief – Week of October 10, 2021 October 15, 2021
    Read this week’s Bible Gateway Weekly Brief newsletter ⇨ Bible Gateway Weekly Brief ⇨ Newsletter signup ▼ Support Bible Gateway—Find the Resources You Need At: ⇨ FaithGateway Store ⇨ Christianbook.com Order Resources in Bulk At: ⇨ ChurchSource ▼ ⇨ See Bible News Roundup weekly posts Get biblically wise and spiritually fit. Become a member of […]
    Jonathan Petersen
  • COVID May Just Break Your Heart. But God Can Put It Together Again. October 14, 2021
    Medical doctor Erik Strandness asks whether this pandemic will put us in touch with spiritual reality. By Dr. Erik Strandness COVID caught us off guard. Peacefully snoring away in our cultural slumber an alarm went off that we didn’t set, a wake-up call that we didn’t request. Groggy and disoriented we fumble about trying to […]
    Guest Post

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  • Crumbled from Within October 20, 2021
    When I was a teenager, my mom painted a mural on our living room wall, which stayed there for several years. It showed an ancient Greek scene of a ruined temple with white columns lying on their sides, a crumbling fountain, and a broken statue. As I looked at the Hellenistic architecture that had once […]
    Cindy Hess Kasper
  • When to Sacrifice October 19, 2021
    In February 2020, as the COVID-19 crisis was just beginning, a newspaper columnist’s concerns struck me. Would we willingly self-isolate, she wondered, changing our work, travel, and shopping habits so others wouldn’t get sick? “This isn’t just a test of clinical resources,” she wrote, “but of our willingness to put ourselves out for others.” Suddenly, […]
    Sheridan Voysey
  • A Time to Speak October 18, 2021
    For thirty long years, the African American woman worked faithfully for a large global ministry. Yet when she sought to talk with co-workers about racial injustice, she was met with silence. Finally, however, in the spring of 2020—as open discussions about racism expanded around the world—her ministry friends “started having some open dialogue.” With mixed […]
    Patricia Raybon
  • Insight from the Spirit October 17, 2021
    As the French soldier dug in the desert sand, reinforcing the defenses of his army’s encampment, he had no idea he would make a momentous discovery. Moving another shovel-full of sand he saw a stone. Not just any stone. The Rosetta Stone, containing laws and governance from King Ptolemy V written in three languages. That […]
    Bill Crowder
  • Living Well October 16, 2021
    Free funerals for the living. That’s the service offered by an establishment in South Korea. Since it opened in 2012, more than 25,000 people—from teenagers to retirees—have participated in mass “living funeral” services, hoping to improve their lives by considering their deaths. Officials say “the simulated death ceremonies are meant to give the participant a […]
    Poh Fang Chia