Li Bai Jia

*Independent Fundamental Baptist
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  • Gender Female
  • Interests Hiking, reading, animals, photography
  • Are you IFB? Yes

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  1. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: Online Bible without Verse and Chapter Divisions   

    ​Sorry, but no, those are not proper paragraphs. That's just taking a deep breath before diving back into the ocean after the pearls.... 
  2. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: Online Bible without Verse and Chapter Divisions   

    It's very difficult for me to read a wall of text. Paragraph breaks in the proper places would go a long way in helping people read it easier. A long while back I had a Bible that put the chapters and verses into proper paragraphs. The chapter/verse numbers were still there, but the numbers were tiny. I liked that Bible.  
     
  3. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: Ladies Bible studies   

    I don't know how many of you here know this, but I am a single lady missionary serving in Taiwan. Currently I am teaching three ladies Bible studies, two classes are for beginners and one is for intermediate learners. At this time I am writing my own lessons/studies, and it is very time consuming as I first have to write it in English and then translate it to Chinese. It's not terribly difficult, but at times I wonder if my time would be better served if I used ready to use materials and just translated that into Chinese. So I'm asking for opinions.
    Do you have ladies Bible studies at your church or for personal use? What materials do you use? What materials can you suggest for new Christians just starting their Christian walk? Some of the students are not Christians and have little to no understanding of Christianity, so it's vital that I use something that covers the basics and is easy to understand. Right now, in the newest beginners Bible study we are studying who God is and what the Bible is. I have several lessons for this already prepared as I had previously taught these lessons in Sunday School. I'm just thinking about what I need to do for the future.
    Any advice is welcomed and appreciated.
    Photo is of my Intermediate Bible study class. I need a new photo, though, we now have one more lady attending.  
     

  4. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: An Encouragement In A Photo   

  5. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: Thoughts on the New Format   

    Bro. Matt,
    I tried to get onto the ladies forum, and although it asked for a password, it didn't give me time to type one in before a pop up said: " You do not have permission to view this content." I'm just wondering if this is a bug or if you're still working on that section. 
    Otherwise, the new format is fine for me, just taking some getting used to.   
    The photo is because I figured I'd do a test to see if I know how to insert them properly with the new format. 


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  6. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: Pretty Big!   

    Fortunately it wasn't a nuke, but still, that's a huge explosion! 
  7. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: Famine Coming Soon   

    I'm not very familiar with prophecy, so forgive me if I'm taking these verses out of context. But, when people mention famine coming, it's not always about food, or lack thereof. Amos 8:11-12. I've been in Mardel's (big Christian bookstore) in the Bible section and have seen people staring in confusion at the huge selection of "Bibles". I've seen the employees expound the virtues of the newer versions and not even glance at the KJV section, or if asked, just brush it off saying that it's too hard to understand, but there's always the N KJ V or NIV and then explain why the others are better. Seems to me with the flood of newer versions choking the Bible stores, and preachers allowing other versions to be used in churches, people looking for the Word of God are having a difficult time finding it. Difficult, but not yet impossible. I believe that one day it will be next to impossible. 
  8. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: Anyone Remember Seeing This Weddding?   

    Posted at the same time. 
  9. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: Anyone Remember Seeing This Weddding?   

    It's Marjoe Gortner, he was a child "evangelist". His mother forced him to "preach" and years later he revealed he was an atheist in a documentary he put out. 
     

  10. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: An Encouragement In A Photo   

  11. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: Fat In The Sacrifice   

    I don't know much about this topic, so can't really contribute, however, the Roman soap discovery in AD 50 is likely just made up. There is a lady in our church who likes to make her own decorative soaps and give it away. The first time she talked about making her own soap made me curious about the process so I researched soap history. I couldn't find the original site I had looked at, but this one will work, as will other sites about the history of soap. Basically soap had been discovered a very long time before AD 50. 
     
    http://www.soaphistory.net/
  12. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: An Encouragement In A Photo   

  13. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: An Encouragement In A Photo   

  14. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: An Encouragement In A Photo   

    Ok... don't say I didn't warn you!     
     
    I was taking pictures of ants in a tree when I came across this guy feasting on them. 
     

  15. Li Bai Jia added a post in a topic: An Encouragement In A Photo   


     
     
    (next photo will be a lizard, unless someone lets me know they aren't fond of them) 

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