INSIDE A BOOK PEOPLE RARELY PICK UP LIES A STORY THAT YOU WONT PUT DOWN.
“A refreshing read of an old story. Ross writes with a sense of passion and purpose that helps readers understand and consider The Bible in a new light like few others of our time.” Ellery Pullman, PhD – Vice-President – Briercrest College & Seminary
“I am excited for the release of Q830. When I read Ross’ work, I hear his love for this story. Each easy-to-read chapter leaves you hungry for more. It’s hard to put the book down. If you’re looking for a great read, I highly recommend this book.” Peter Marshall – President of Gideons International Canada
what is q830?
The Bible is an amazing, hard to put down story. Unfortunately, frustrations and assumptions stop most people from discovering this...until now. Q830 is changing the way people approach and read the Bible.
Q830 makes the Bible as approachable and enjoyable as any novel on shelves. It guides you through a story you might not put down. It's not boring, confusing, or judgmental. It's simply a story--for everyone.
From first time readers to life-long students, religious to irreligious; Q830 is unlike any other Bible help book. In fact, don't even think of it as such. This is simply an amazing story, unlike any other...and I dare you to read it.
A man trying to read the Bible was once asked, “Do you understand what you’re reading?” Frustrated, he replied, “How can I unless someone guides me through it?”
We believe people still feel the same way. People still need a guide. We want to keep asking the question, “Do you understand what you’re reading?” A Question originally found in Acts chapter 8 verse 30 of the Bible. In response, we want to be your guide.
Ross Breitkreuz is an author, blogger, writer, and itinerant preacher who brings an unmistakable passion to his work. An accredited pastor who speaks regularly at his home church (Shuswap Community Church), Ross has also spoken throughout North America.
Since launching his podcast (Q830 Media Inc.) in 2014, his messages have been downloaded tens of thousands of times. Ross currently lives with his wife in British Columbia, Canada. Click the link below to check out his blog.
Back in 2011, Ross had a friend who wanted to read the Bible but couldn’t. In an effort to help, Ross began writing e-mails that described the people, climate, recent events, relationships, history, and governmental structure in the Bible. His main objectives were 1) Make the people in the Bible feel less like characters and more like humans we could identify with 2) Draw his friend into the narrative through drama and familiarity. After writing a few paragraphs of his own, Ross sent off the e-mail with simple instructions, “Read what I wrote, then read the Bible passages.”