WORKOUT : WEEK 8 (March 26th)
• This Invitational Life (7 days)
Learn how to create non-threatening conversations that point people to Christ. This often occurs through sharing your own story and quietly listening to theirs.
• Share Jesus – Go & Give Life (5 days)
Sharing Jesus is one of the most important parts of our Christian faith, yet it can also be the hardest. This plan is designed to encourage a Christian in fulfilling the great commission of sharing the gospel, by helping a person to biblically understand why they should share, what the gospel is, and how to overcome fear and difficulty when speaking about Jesus.
WORKOUT : WEEK 7 (March 19th)
• Relat(able): Making Relationships Work (7 Days)
This reading plan includes seven daily devotions based on Louie Giglio’s curriculum Relat(able): Making Relationships Work. This study will explore what makes us relatable to others, how God can bring peace in the midst of conflict, and how we can help restore relationships that seem broken beyond repair.
• Cultivating Unity (5 days)
Unity has the ability to transform both personal relationships and the body of Christ. This reading plan explores the 4 attributes in Ephesians 4 that lead to unity and how you can cultivate each, leading to transformational growth in your life and in the church.
WORKOUT : WEEK 6 (March 12th)
• Stay the Course Because God Is Faithful to His Promises (6 days)
Sometimes God seems to work so slowly. We wish things could be the way we envision them RIGHT NOW; yet we must trust that God is building a bigger vision, weaving our stories together into His rich tapestry. Learn how to remain stable, have a heart free from anxiety and full of confidence that God will get you to exactly where you need to be on time.
• God’s Dream for Your Life (19 days)
The Bible says in Matthew 9:29, “According to your faith let it be done to you.” That’s the key to the great adventure of following Jesus Christ. God says, “You get to choose how much I bless your life. You believe, and I’ll do it. You believe, and I’ll bless.” Learn how to believe in and be faithful to God’s dream for your life.
WORKOUT : WEEK 5 (March 5th)
• Freedom from Guilt and Shame (5 days)
Is there sin in your past that keeps you from being intimate with God? You know you’re forgiven, but your little inner judge keeps bringing your sin to mind. Yes, God hard-wired you with a conscience, but not so you would be forever tormented by your sin. In this reading plan based on Hebrews 9:1-14, Pete Briscoe talks about finding freedom from the guilt, shame, and embarrassment that comes from sin.
Many of us have been there: broken, hurting, full of sorrow, ashamed. The list goes on. But out of this place God longs to restore and redeem us, regardless of our past. This journey will bring you from a place of questioning your future to one of hopeful purpose!
WORKOUT : WEEK 4 (February 26th)
• Better Together (24 days)
There’s no way you can be all God wants you to be and fulfill the purposes that you were put on this planet to fulfill without any help. We need each other, and we belong to each other in the Body of Christ! In this series you will learn how to do life in relationship to other people.
WORKOUT : WEEK 3 (February 19th)
• Beautiful Word : God’s Promises (7 days)
Consider God’s character and promises directly from Scripture with this 7-day plan. Each day’s reading includes Bible verse artwork that encourages you to more deeply consider the beautiful words of God from the Bible. Topics include God’s love, compassion, faithfulness, care, and more.
• How to read the Bible for All It’s Worth (12 days)
The Bible isn’t always easy to understand. But a few essential insights can help you clear up a lot of misconceptions. Discover those insights in this reading plan, which will help you grasp the original meaning of Scripture and its application to your life today. Start this reading plan and you will uncover more of the inexhaustible worth that is in God’s Word.
WORKOUT : WEEK 2 (February 12th)
• Playing on God’s Team (5 days)
Maybe you have been told that you’re one of the most dedicated players on the team. Or maybe that is what you want to be. When it comes to your dedication to God’s team—the one that matters most—what kind of player would Jesus say you are? Just as an athlete is recruited to play a sport, Jesus recruits you to play in the spiritual game of life. Standards that make a good athlete include strength, confidence, and hard work. What about God’s standards? We can use God’s Word to evaluate the way we choose to live. Every effective team works toward a common goal. The purpose of this Bible study and devotional is to help encourage, inspire, and build committed Christian athletes who desire to consistently follow Christ’s game plan. No more “game-day-only” athletes. Playing on God’s team is about being an everyday follower of Jesus, on and off the field, in and out of season!
• God’s Prescription for a Healthy Life (16 days)
God wants you to get healthy in 2017! This reading plan is about ways to change your life — your health, the way you think, the goals you set, and the way you treat others — so that you can accomplish God’s purpose for you and bring glory to him this year.
WORKOUT : WEEK 1 (February 5th)
Here are 3 reading plans that we suggest beginning today for your weekly workout during the My Fitness Pal series
• Live out your faith with fitness (5 days)
How does our faith play into our health and fitness? What does the Bible say about it? This five day devotional will explore these questions and give you some practical advice on how to live a healthy, faithful and fit life. Each day builds upon each other and will equip you to putting fitness into your everyday life.
Taken from his best-selling book “Reframe,” Brian Hardin unpacks the often-overlooked core of the Gospel—a relationship with God. For many, a “personal relationship with Jesus” is nothing more than the gift we are given at the doorway of faith. We have it, but we don’t know what to do with it. Reframe helps us understand what this relationship is NOT so that we can find the breathtaking beauty of what it could be.
“There are five Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and the Christian. But most people never read the first four.” Jesus intends for ordinary Christians to live lives that visibly display the Good News of salvation “The Fifth Gospel” will prepare you to represent your Savior well and communicate your faith in a way that makes sense to a watching world.