Bible Reading Plan

God invites us to let the scriptures renew our minds, let our hearts connect with God and conform us into the image of Christ.

What those inside and outside of our church community need is to connect with God, to meet Jesus and interact with who He is and how He seeks to love them.

We encourage you to spend time each day in God’s Word, to see the redemptive plan of God and the character and beauty of Christ so we can learn to enjoy Christ. As we enjoy and love God, we begin to live like Him, which is the essence of being on mission for Him.

Today’s Reading – October 19

Luke 5:17

One day Jesus was teaching, and Pharisees and teachers of the law were sitting there. They had come from every village of Galilee and from Judea and Jerusalem. And the power of the Lord was with Jesus to heal the sick.

September 27- October 3

What is the center of your faith?

Wednesday 9/27: Romans 8:1-2

Thursday 9/28: Matthew 13:44-45

Friday 9/29: Luke 18:18-25

Saturday 9/30: Matthew 10:34-39

Sunday 10/1: 1 John 4:16-19

Monday 10/2: Luke 9:57-62

Tuesday 10/3: Philippians 3:7-14

October 4-10

What is the quality of your faith?

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4:  Mark 9.38-40

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5: Matt. 19.13-15

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6: Luke 18.15-17

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7:  Mark 10.13-16


MONDAY, OCTOBER 9: Proverbs 22: 6 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10: Hebrews 11:1-3


October 11-17

What’s the fruit of your faith?

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11: Proverbs 14.31

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12: Proverbs 17.5

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13: John 5.29

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14: Matt. 25.31-46

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15: Psalms 95

MONDAY, OCTOBER 16: James 1.27 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17: James 2.14-20


October 18-24

What’s the result of your faith?



FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20: Luke 6.19

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21: Luke 8.42-48


MONDAY, OCTOBER 23: Acts 10.38 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24: Isaiah 53.5


October 25-31

What nourishes your faith?

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25: 1 Cor 11:17-21

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26: 1 Cor 11:23–25

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27: Lk 22:17–20

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28: John 6.53-58


MONDAY, OCTOBER 30: Mt 26:26–28

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31: Mk 14:22–24




Studying Scripture can feel like a daunting task. Not all of us have studied Greek or Hebrew. Few of us have Bible college or seminary degrees. This is where a helpful tool for understanding Scripture can become tremendously helpful. There are many methods that you can use to understand and apply Scripture, but here’s a tool we use and teach:

Pray: Ask God to bless your time in His Word by coming near and using this time to develop your relationship with Him. (Psalm 86:12a “Teach me your way, LORD, that I may rely on your faithfulness.”)

Read: Read the text through twice. First to orient yourself to the text, then to begin the work of understanding it. Look at surrounding verses, look for patterns and identify key themes.

Listen: Confident in God’s work to teach you through His Word, review your observations and prayerfully ask God what He is teaching you or asking of you.

Do: Specifically determine how you’ll demonstrate and/or declare what you’ve learned. Share with your family, a friend or your Life Group what you’re aiming to do in response to what you’ve learned.

Review: Ask yourself – or maybe allow someone you trust to ask: “Did you do what you set out to do?” If so, “How’d it go?” If not, “Why not?”