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Time in the Word

Suggested Reading

1. How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth: A Guide to Understanding the Bible, Gordon D. Fee and Douglas Stuart.  Look inside or buy now at Amazon

This book is a must-have resource for anyone who wants a solid foundation for studying the Bible. It includes solid information on choosing a Bible translation, how to approach the different genres of literature in the Bible, and great advice on reading “contextually.”

Bible Reading Plans

31 Days with Jesus

Key Bible Characters – This year-long reading plan is designed to discover how God wove the lives of individuals into His overall plan. (Developed by Kathy Howard)

Chronological Plan – Spend a year getting familiar with the big picture of the Bible. Read through all the major stories and key passages in five days a week. (Developed by Kathy Howard)

Pastor Lamb’s Whole Bible Plan – Read the entire Bible through in one year. This reading plan was developed by Dr. Doug Lamb.

New Testament/Psalms/Proverbs Plan – Not quite ready to tackle the whole Bible in a year. Kathy adapted Dr. Lamb’s plan to cover just the NT, Psalms, and Proverbs.


Other Online Resources:

WORD:  Getting Started by Teri Lynne Underwood.  Offering up four different places to get started reading God’s Word based on different goals for learning – Wisdom, Obedience, Righteousness, Devotion.


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