The Bible says, “Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.” (2 Timothy 2:15) The purpose of this site is threefold:
- To help Christians to study the Bible (which is God’s desire)
- To rightly divide the truths of the Bible (proper interpretation)
- To apply the Bible’s teachings to everyday life and current events (being a good “workman”).
Comments and suggestions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Editor
Scott Gibson has taught Bible studies for over 30 years. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems from DeVry Institute of Technology (now DeVry University) and a Master of Divinity from Pensacola Theological Seminary. He was ordained to the Gospel ministry by First Baptist Church of Glen Este, Batavia, OH.
He has served vocationally in both church and secular positions. He currently oversees quality and technology at a manufacturing facility. In his local church, he works with youth and music ministries. In addition to serving in a local church, he writes Bible lessons as a consultant for the Local Church Ministries division of Word of Life International.
He loves sports, especially football. He also develops and maintains websites for the local athletic boosters. His interests include computer technology, website development, history, current events, and a strange fascination with theoretical physics and its relationship to biblical cosmology.
He and his wife have been married for 32 years and live near Batavia, OH. They have 5 adult and 3 school-age children.
Scott is available for pulpit supply and special services. His favorite biblical topics include creation/science, prophecy/future events, Christian living, discipleship, defending the faith, and those books of the Bible which people rarely mention–also known as the Minor Prophets (when was the last time you heard a sermon on Obadiah??). He has also spoken on such timely topics as computer security, privacy, online predators, and social media use from a Christian perspective. Contact him at email@example.com.