I am a firm believer that once you start reading the Bible every day, you will eventually develop a hunger and thirst to do more and go deeper.
That is where our Study Plan helps.
Fewer passages a week than our Reading plan, it allows you to pause on passages and dive deeper. You can look up the Greek or Aramaic words (since it is the New Testament). You can look up cross-references. There are so many opportunities to dive deeper.
A lot of us are familiar with the four gospels. But what we might not be familiar with is how they are connected and the difference between them. We know that they tell the story of Jesus Christ, but did you know that the New Testament story technically starts with Mark 1:1 and Luke 1:1 with John the Baptist’s birth and life?
I’ve put together the first Bible Study Plan, Jesus Christ Part 1, that walks us through the beginning of the four gospels in chronological order. This plan is broken down into manageable nuggets each week to allow you to dive deep into your studying.