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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

The Life of Daniel

Spend two weeks reading a story of courage, wisdom, visions, and futuristic dreams. As one of the most famous people in the Old Testament, there are a ton of hidden details to unpack about the Babylonian captive named Daniel.

Making Memories: A 4-Day Family Devotional

As your family soaks up the last couple weeks of summer, take some time to make some sweet summer memories with daily verses, and fun challenges to complete.

Unsung Heroes of the Bible

Dive into the stories of 14 overlooked and unsung heroes of the bible. Find out what makes them a hero and what you can take away and apply to your life.

The Book of Proverbs

Sometimes it can feel daunting to commit to reading a book of the bible. But Proverbs is a great place to start! Over the next 31 Days, read one chapter of Proverbs a day; each with a simple takeaway and prayer you can apply to your daily life. With this plan, you'll complete the whole book by the end of the month!

Daily New Testament: Quarter 3

This plan will take us through the entire New Testament in one year, and
includes one Gospel each quarter. Weekends can be used to catch up on readings or for reflection, and notes are included on the web or Bible App to assist with understanding. We hope you enjoy reading along with us!

Rethinking What it Means to Help Those in Need

Followers of Jesus are called to “love your neighbor”, but what does this actually mean? Who is my neighbor? What does love look like? How can I help people in need?

Mothers of the Bible

Mothers are amazing. God created women with a specific purpose and plan in mind, and throughout scripture, we find story after story of God using women to accomplish great things. Learn more about a few of these biblical women.

Step by Step: Walk with Jesus on Holy Week

Walk step-by-step with Jesus during the events, emotions, and places he felt each day leading up to Easter, and beyond.

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