Have you ever wished there was a customer service department for the Bible? For sure, the Bible has a lot of wonderful features and benefits built in. But when you think about it, most people have difficulty using the “product.” Research shows that Americans are buying more and more Bibles, but reading them less and less. What’s a good way to solve that “consumer problem”?

Recently I bought a new TV at Best Buy, a 37” Toshiba 720p Flat-Panel LCD HDTV. Oh baby! When I got it home, I couldn’t wait to set it up. I yanked open the box and the first thing I looked for was the “start-up guide,” a short booklet that provided the basic information I needed to begin enjoying my new purchase right away.

Then it hit me. That’s what we need for the Bible, a start-up guide. So I’ve just written a new e-Book called The Bible Reading Start-Up Guide. My goal was to provide the practical help you need to begin enjoying God’s Word every day, whether you’re new to the Bible or have been reading it for years.

And guess what? It’s free. Just click the picture above or the links in this post and it’s yours; no strings attached. Feel free to add the link to your Facebook or MySpace page, even your church’s website. In fact, feel free to share The Bible Reading Start-Up Guide with anyone who needs a little “post-purchase support” for their Bible. Enjoy.
Customer Service for the Bible

5 thoughts on “Customer Service for the Bible

  • April 1, 2009 at 3:11 pm
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    I can see that this will help me read my Bible and get more out of it. Thanks Bruce

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  • April 1, 2009 at 3:53 pm
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    Thanks Bruce. I hope it does help you read God’s Word. Feel free to share it with others you know who could use a little Bible reading help too. Take care.

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