Where do you get your news? Washington Post, Fox News, theSkimm, WSJ, NPR, Twitter? The choices are endless and we all have our favorite sources for the events of the day. In D.C. we tend to be news junkies. Theologian Karl Barth famously said that Ministers of the Word of God should preach with the newspaper in one hand and the Bible in the other. This Sunday, we will hand out Bibles to our 1st, 5th, 9th, and 12th graders. These are age appropriate Bibles to help them learn the stories of God.At GPC, we hope to send our members, young and old, into the world with the Word of God in their hands and in their hearts. The world will inundate you with news; the church wants to equip you with God's holy texts and truths. Barth again, "Take your Bible and take your newspaper, and read both. But interpret newspapers from your Bible." This is a call for all of us, as we try to understand the hot button issues of the day, to root ourselves in God's word. So maybe the question should be: What version of the Bible do you read? King James Version, New Revised Standard Version, The Message Bible, Story Bible?In case you are looking for a recommendation - here's the bible our 12th graders will get on Sunday.