Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Read your Bible

I may post this same post multiple times over the next few days. It is so, so, so, so important. If you could do one thing this year that will have lasting positive value, what would that one thing be? I'll tell you what it should be. It should be to develop the habit of reading your Bible on a regular basis. Don't read a devotional book. Read the Bible.

If you're wondering where to start then you need to read this from Swerve:

If you’re looking for ways to encourage your church to read the Bible more this year, we’ve got some great new tools available at YouVersion.com. boxWe just launched more than 20 free Bible reading plans, which are available on the website as well as all mobile platforms. Here are a few highlights:

  • You can customize each plan by making it shorter or longer.progress
  • Easily track where you are by checking off each day’s reading. We’ll also show you how far along you are with a percentage of completion.
  • Your online and mobile accounts will synchronize your information, including your plan and your progress.sync
  • If you’ve created a group for your church on YouVersion, you can select a plan to be associated with your group.
  • Soon, you’ll be able to build a support system by opting in for accountability emails to you and/or a friend.

We hope these new reading plans help you and your church engage with Scripture in 2010!




2 Comments:

At 9:07 PM, December 30, 2009 , Blogger Jaimee Holmes said...

Just wanted to mention this link:http://www.lifejournal.cc/bible/
It is a link to whatever version you want to read for the day... It's a plan to read through *I think* the gospels twice and the rest of the Bible once in a year? And then there is a link you can click on to journal online about what you just read. It's from The Divine Mentor book.

 
At 9:08 PM, December 30, 2009 , Blogger Jaimee Holmes said...

Just wanted to mention this link:http://www.lifejournal.cc/bible/
It is a link to whatever version you want to read for the day... It's a plan to read through *I think* the gospels twice and the rest of the Bible once in a year? And then there is a link you can click on to journal online about what you just read. It's from The Divine Mentor book.

 

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