Bible Reading Plans
This daily reading guide will give you an opportunity to explore the letters written to Timothy, Titus, and Philemon, and their respective communities.
Parables: Jesus the Storyteller
This reading plan will give you an opportunity to read through all of Jesus’ parables found in the Gospel of Matthew.
Sounds of the Season
This reading plans offers a collection of passages that will help you focus your heart and mind on the true meaning of Christmas.
Luke: A Movement of Love
This 12-week reading plan will lead you through the entirety book of Luke. You’ll get to see how Jesus’ movement of love began and how it developed throughout his life and ministry.
Hot Seat: Conversations on Controversies
Written by the same person who wrote the Gospel of Luke, the Book of Acts tells the story of how the Apostles set about building the church in the wake of Jesus’ death and resurrection. In the process, it gives us a glimpse into many of the controversies that popped up along the way. This 4-week reading plan will lead you through the book’s entirety.
Bad Girls of the Bible
While the Bible has numerous examples of “bad girls” – Eve, Jezebel, and Bathsheba, to name a few – their stories come to us through a just sentence here and paragraph there. Unfortunately, there’s not enough content about any one of them to offer an extended study. However, there are two not-so-bad girls who have entire books written about them: Ruth and Esther. This 6-week reading plan will lead you through the stories of these impressive women of faith.
The King: The Rise and Fall of Solomon
This reading plan will take you through the book of 1 Kings. You will read not only about the rise and fall of Solomon, but also about several of the kings that came after.
Sermon on the Mount
This four-week bible reading plan will guide you through the entirety of the Sermon on the Mount, first as discrete teachings and then as a united discourse.
The Good Samaritan
This two-week reading plan will lead you on a wide-ranging journey that will ultimately show you that loving and caring for others is a central theme not just of Jesus’ teachings but of our scriptures as a whole.
God With Us
Each of the four weeks leading up to Christmas will focus in on one of the titles that Isaiah ascribes to the coming messiah. You will be led through variety of readings that will deepen your understanding of each. Then, after Christmas, the plan will shift focus to first the grace and then the peace that the Christ child – God with us – brings into the world.
Upside Down Kingdom: A Journey Through Matthew
This 12-week Bible reading plan will guide you through the entirety of Matthew, giving you an in-depth look into the life and the teachings of this one-of-a-kind king and the upside down kingdom he came to establish.
Lest you get burned out from being assigned overly long daily readings, this four-week reading plan will offer you one bit of wisdom a day from chapter 10 of the Book of Proverbs.
The Bible Doesn’t Say That
Accompanying a three-week worship series on what the Bible doesn’t say, this reading plan will guide you through what the bible DOES day about God’s love.
Truth to Power: The Book of Esther
This four-week series invites you to look for the hand of God at work in the morally, ethically, and religiously ambiguous story of Esther and her cousin Mordecai.
Adulting is the art of growing up, not just growing old. In this worship series, we draw on the pithy wisdom of the Book of Proverbs to discover how we – whether we are 18 or 80 – can grow into the type of people that God wants us to be.
Heaven & Nature Sing
This 4-week reading plan, will lead you through some of the Bible’s 185 songs. You’ll read songs of victory and songs of lament, songs of battle and songs of thanksgiving. In the end, you’ll walk away with a deeper appreciation of the way God’s people have used music to mark significant moments in their lives
Hope Lives: The Gospel of John
This 12-week series will take you through the entirety of the Gospel of John, one story and teaching at a time.