A Phone Tree Review & Gift-Away Opportunity…COMPASS: The Study Bible for Navigating Your Life


Compass is about helping you find the answers you’re looking for in the pages of the Scriptures and allowing that truth to navigate your life. Packed with Bible-reading helps and using an energizing, new Bible translation, Compass is a Bible designed with you in mind.

Features include:

  • In-text notes that include cultural, historical, theological, and devotional thoughts
  • God’s Promises®—Thomas Nelson’s bestselling guide to Scripture for your every need
  • Book introductions
  • Reading plans for every day of the year
  • Topical Guides to Scripture and notes
  • In-text maps

Phone Tree Review:

COMPASS: The Study Bible for Navigating Your Life was a surprisingly good resource Bible, in my opinion. It was clearly unique, and it offered a refreshingly different take on Bible study.

After my initial orientation to the layout and content of the book, I made a point of using COMPASS as my primary Bible study tool. This gave me the chance to refer to it for personal studies, as well as for more formal large group classes. I found it to be easy to manipulate and handle, in terms of information retrieval. I loved the background material that was offered and the extra bonus features, such as the breakdown on who was speaking, the notations on the significance of presented events, and the detailed map listings. I very much appreciated being able to identify the presence of the “Eternal One” throughout the pages of this book.

Whether you are engaging in a word study, a topical study, or a more in-depth Bible study series, COMPASS would be a great tool to utilize.

Phone Tree Rating: 4/5 Stars ****

Gift-Away Opportunity:

The Phone Tree Bible Study Group will be gifting (giving) away one copy of COMPASS: The Study Bible for Navigating Your Life. To enter the drawing, simply leave your name and a statement about what Bible study means to you. The winner will be randomly selected and announced on Friday, October 18, 2013.


I received a review copy and a gift copy of this book, from the publisher via Shelton Interactive. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”


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