Hebrews 4:12 tells us that the Word of God is alive and active. It speaks to our hearts and transforms us from the inside out. Therefore, we believe staying in God’s word daily can have a tremendous impact on our faith and want to provide you with reading plans to get your started. Our heart is not to create a religious “to-do” but instead something to just help you stay focused and consistent in God’s word. Feel free to start one of these plans at any time. Our desire is for you to find what works for you.
Sometimes it seems there are specific times in our lives when God is trying to get our attention. What if God is trying to get your attention? Are you in a place where you can hear His voice? What if God is calling your name? What if God is trying to turn your life in His direction? What if He is trying to take our Church on a journey that we never thought possible? In these 21 days of prayer and fasting, it is not only possible but also probable that God will speak into our lives and into the life of our Church to use this time as a turning point in the direction of our church.
This annual season of prayer and fasting will be aided and accompanied by several tools in this document, including: a Biblical guide to fasting, different fasting options, and a prayer guide for each of the 21 days that includes a central Biblical passage, a brief devotional thought, reflection questions, and a prayer and journaling section.
*Plan begins October 28th
Currently as a Church we are studying the book of Acts and this guide is designed to help you dig deeper. We encourage you to sit down with a Bible, journal, pen, and an open heart each day and allow this to help you in your time with the Lord.
In it, you will find a chapter to read each day, questions to think through and journal on, and a verse to memorize each week. Our hope is that this guide will help you learn to meditate on the God’s Word and challenge you to grow deeper in your relationship with God. We also encourage you to watch this overview video from the Bible Project before you begin to give you a better understanding of what the Book of Acts is all about.
The books of Psalms and Proverbs are categorized (along with Job, Ecclesiastes, and Song of Solomon) as the “Wisdom Literature” in the Old Testament. Within the Psalms and Proverbs, you will encounter poems, songs, prayers, sayings, and thoughts written by several authors for the purposes of expressing a vast range of human emotions, thought, and experiences that ultimately reveal how we can reflect the Kingdom of God in our life on earth. Our hope is that through these readings you will be able to analyze your ways of thinking as informed by your culture and your experiences against how God invites you to think and act as a believer. Through your exploration, we hope that you are able to renew your mind and heart to better live in the freedom of God. For a great initial perspective on these books, please watch these videos from the Bible Project!
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The overarching theme we see in the book of Hebrews is that “Jesus is Better.” The book of Hebrews compares and contrasts Jesus to key historical people and events from the Old Testament. With all the references to the Old Testament, reading Hebrews may be challenging to understand at times, so utilize this resource below which gives and overview of Hebrews:
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The Bible App
For additional reading plans of all types, we highly recommend The Bible App created by You Version. You can access more than 1,200 Bible versions in over 900 languages, thousands of custom reading plans, and even have the ability to highlight, share images or take notes within the bible.