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Bible Reading

The Bible challenges us to know God and see ourselves in his Word

Why Read The Bible?

Our deepest relationships are those that we invest the most time in. Being intentional about reading God’s Word means that we’re setting aside time to hear from him and understand what he wants for our lives. By taking the time each day to read and reflect on what he has to say, we can make being in a relationship with God a daily part our lives.

Plans to Follow

Use or download the YouVersion Bible App to follow along with our quarterly Bible Reading Plans and to find more plans you can use to read the Bible each day.

Bible Reading Plans

Book By Book: Quarter 1

This part of the reading plan includes selected chapters from each book of the Bible from Genesis to 2 Samuel. Reading some of each book will give us insight into all of the Bible. We will discover that it contains both stories and instruction and will help us understand God and ourselves better.

Twelve Days of Christmas

At Christmas, we take time to celebrate the birth of Jesus. But when we read the Christmas story more closely, we can see God's provision and love throughout the lives of Mary, Joseph and more. Spend twelve days resting in the fact that God is in control and practice trusting his plan for us.

Grateful to God

Life is full of challenges and setbacks as well as joys and triumphs. No matter what’s going on in your life right now, ground yourself in these 7 characteristics of God that we can give thanks for every day.

7 Days of Prayer

Pray about everything. Those three words can be a lifeline – especially when they become a habit. Throughout this season, many of us are seeking help with managing anxiety, fatigue, family tension, anger, and loneliness. In light of that, we want to give you the tools you need to provide hope and encouragement for all the things you may be feeling right now. Commit to 7 days of prayer as our church family joins together and takes steps towards finding hope and encouragement in this season.

Key Events

This reading plan will provide an overview of the key historical events that are told about in the Bible. All of the Bible was written in the midst of real people’s lives in specific time periods. Understanding these events will help Bible readers understand all of the Bible better.

Key Themes

This reading plan will provide readings on key topical themes from the Bible. These themes are frequently mentioned and therefore are important for us to understand.

Key People

Join us in 2020 for Key People, a historical timeline of the Bible.

Key Beliefs

Join us in 2020 for Key Beliefs, a historical timeline of the Bible.

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