Many years ago my first Precept Bible study leader shared her key word marking system with our class -- she color-coded by theme & I've tried to incorporate her system as much as possible (not always successfully but it helps me be consistent when marking than I would be otherwise). This JPEG book mark can be printed on photo paper (8.5 X 11" in landscape) for a handy reference. I just cut them apart so that they make three bookmarks. The other option is to laminate them, which I used to do, but that makes for a really stiff bookmark. The photo paper is thicker and stronger than printer paper but not too stiff.
* Precept Ministries International is offering several online Bible studies on their Connect site, including Zechariah (PUP), Key Principles of Biblical Fasting (40 Minute study) and Cookies on the Lower Shelf (Gen - Ruth, although it may already be full).
* Redeemed Reader shared a list of picture books for Memorial Day.
Back in March I signed up for an online Bible study on Precept's Connect site but when 'life' got in the way back in April, I had to miss several classes & had a hard time keeping up with the homework. Thankfully, our leader has posted the recorded lessons on his website. You can find them here: Orientation & Lessons One, Two, Three, Four & Five.
And in light of having recently studied 2 Peter and Jude (in BSF & Precept), I thought this video I came across on CARM's blog was very timely.
For a good sermon/lecture be sure to listen to History or Myth? Is the Bible Reliable by Pastor Gervase Charmley. It's posted on Chris Rosebrough's radio program, Fighting for the Faith. You can also listen to it as a podcast on iTunes.
I'm not sure where to put this blog or how to classify it. This blogger is a daughter of a friend and while I'm pretty sure she's a Christian, it isn't a Christian blog, or books & reading or letter writing & mail art. It's basically about their travels so I'm putting it here for now: Jen's blog: 3toGo