Bible 2017-05-24T09:04:47+00:00

Bible Reading

Develop the habit of daily time with God – we call it PBJ time. Prayer, Bible reading, and journaling.

  • ask God for one thing
  • write that one thing in your journal
  • pray it back to Him
  • apply it that day

If you’re looking for a place to start, download one of the reading plans below. The 15 minute plan covers the old testament once and the new testament twice in a year’s time. The 5 minute plan follows the 15 minute plan with a third of each day’s reading.

 Looking for a journal? Pick one up at the Info Center for our cost of $5.


Read along with Pastor Joe

We have good news!

Scripture: 2 Kings 6-7, 2 Chronicles 20, 1 Timothy 3 2 Kings 7:9 But then they said to each other, “We shouldn’t be doing this! We have good news and we shouldn’t keep it to [...]

June 21st, 2017|


New International Version (NIV). This excellent translation is still the most widely used.
English Standard Version (ESV). The ESV is more of a word-for-word literal translation.
New Living Translation (NLT). The NLT is more of a thought-for-thought translation.
New English Translation (NET). The NET includes translators’ notes that reveal some of the thinking behind the translation process.
The Message. This is not a translation as much as a paraphrase into colloquial English. Also, it is written by one person rather than a team of translators; the other translations are done by teams.