Reading the Bible is at the core of a living faith.
As the story of God and God’s people, the Bible can speak to you and guide you in ordinary and unexpected ways. Learning and cultivating your knowledge of the Bible is an incredible opportunity to come into God’s presence as you explore, grow, and deepen your faith. As a Church on a mission to equip and empower people on their spiritual journey, Christ Church has three unique opportunities for you to embed scripture in your life and learn more about the Bible. The Good Book is open to the wider community and even to the world. Consider inviting a friend, colleague, family member or neighbor to join you and us!
The Good Book offers three ways to support you in reading and reflecting on scripture.
EXPLORE: Receive a daily Bible passage in your email.
Sign up to receive an inspirational Bible passage from the Old or New Testament every day. Purposefully-selected daily scripture passages are emailed each morning to subscribers. Participants are encouraged to develop a routine or spiritual practice as you read, meditate, and seek to understand how God is speaking to you through each passage.
GROW: Read one book of the Bible during Lent.
Prepare for Easter as you read the Gospel of Mark during the season of Lent. Learn the story of Jesus’ life through the lens of the earliest Gospels written. We provide a daily Reading Guide with the reading plan, prayers, and information to help you enter into a period of self-examination and reflection.
DEEPEN: Read the entire Bible from beginning to end, with optional small group gatherings.
Reading the Bible every day is an easy way to deepen your knowledge of God and your faith. In 15 - 30 minutes a day you can read the entire Bible from September 24, 2018 through May 20, 2019. Subscribers will receive a reading plan via email that includes an overview of every book in the Bible and a daily reading schedule.
Optional Small Groups and Interactive Learning Experiences
Mondays, September 24 - May 20, 7:30 - 8:30 AM, M205
If you have questions, want a quick review, or help preparing for the week ahead, small groups offer an opportunity to join other readers for weekly discussions.
Please let us know if you are interested in participating when new groups are formed.
The Reverend Matt Holcombe