Daily Bible Readings Monday, August 21. Read Hebrews 11:1-2. 1) How does Hebrews 11 define faith? 2) What is the result of faith in the lives of “the people in days of old?” Tuesday, August 22. Read Hebrews 2:1-2. 1) What caution does the Hebrews writer issue in this text? 2) What is the antidote
AUGUST 4, 2019 Make Sunday Mornings Uncomfortable Three Rules of Engagement at Church by Rebecca McLaughlin “Sorry to cut you off!” I’d just started connecting with a close friend at church. I was eager to catch up. But as she talked, I noticed a woman sitting alone, thumbing through her service sheet. Honestly, I wished
Daily Bible Readings: Monday, July 29. Read Job 7:16-20. 1) Job was in the midst of his awful suffering. What does he say about his life as a result? 2) How does he view the human-God relationship? 3) What does he want God to do in verse 19? Tuesday, July 30. Read Romans 8:18-25. 1)
Daily Bible Readings: Monday, July 15. Read John 14:1-8. 1) Why did Jesus tell his disciples to not be troubled? 2) Questioning Jesus’ statement that the disciples knew where he was going, what did Thomas say? 3) What did Jesus then say about himself? Tuesday, July 16. Read Acts 4:34; 5:1-6. 1) What were the
Daily Bible Readings: Monday, September 9. Read 1 Corinthians 2:13-16. 1) What does Paul say about human wisdom? 2) What advantages does having a spiritual mindset bring to a person? 3) What equips us to know God’s thoughts? Tuesday, September 10. Read Galatians 4:8-12. 1) What was the condition of the Galatian christians BEFORE they
Daily Bible Readings: Monday, July 15. Read Isaiah 6:9-10. 1) When Isaiah accepted the commission to go for the Lord, what was he warned about? 2) Why do you think that God said, “Plug their ears and harden their hearts”? Tuesday, July 16. Read Matthew 13:10-13. 1) What did Jesus say about those who “listen”
Daily Bible Readings Monday. Hebrews 11:32-38. What does the Hebrews writer say about people like Gideon, Barak, and Samson? What did they do that distinguished their lives? Why should we take note of such people? Tuesday. Jonah 1:1-6. What did God ask Jonah to do? What was Jonah’s response? What did God do in return?
Daily Bible Readings Monday. June 24. Read Hebrews 11:32-38. What does the Hebrews writer say about people like Gideon, Barak, and Samson? What did they do that distinguished their lives? Why should we take note of such people? Tuesday, June 25. Read Jonah 1:1-6. What did God ask Jonah to do? What was Jonah’s response?
Daily Bible Readings: Monday, June 3. Read Matthew 28:16-20. 1) When does this text take place? 2) What qualified Jesus to say what he did to the disciples? 3) What did he instruct them to do, and how do you think this sets a trajectory for the church? Tuesday, June 4. Read Acts 4:31-35. 1)
Daily Bible Readings: Monday, May 27. Read Matthew 6:2,5,16. 1) What are the three practices mentioned in these texts? 2) What is the big human temptation in each case? 3) What outcome can one expect if this human inclination is followed? Tuesday, May 28. Read Philippians 1:3-6. 1) This letter was written after Paul’s visit