Depends on what you are looking for. If you want a more literal translation then go with the New American Standard Bible (NASB), the King James Version (KJV), and the English Standard Version (ESV). A more “flowing” translation is the New International Version (NIV), and the Living Bible.
This in not a commercial endorsement of any of these translations but is offered as a guide to help you pick a Bible you can be comfortable with. The key is to find one that helps you to read and study on a regular basis.
For an online tool that allows you to use different versions of the Bible. Check out the link to the Bible Gateway Website
The Restoration Movement is a Christian movement that began on the American frontier during the early 19th century. The movement sought to restore the church and "the unification of all Christians in a single body patterned after the church of the New Testament." Members do not identify as Protestant but simply as Christian.
Following the basic principles of the 'Restoration Movement', we accept and teach baptism by immersion into Christ for the forgiveness of sins; we assemble for worship on the first day of the week, making the observance of the Lord's Supper (communion) a focal point in such worship.
We seek the unity of all believers on the basis of faith in and obedience to Christ as the divine Son of God and the acceptance of the Bible particularly the New Testament as their all-sufficient rule of faith and practice."
A number of slogans have been used in the Restoration Movement to express some of the distinctive themes of the Movement. These include:
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Open Invitation (24/7)
We invite all to come join us each Sunday morning for worship as well as for any of our small groups who meet in and around the Fairborn area during the week. We have A Place for You.