Summer and Bible Reading

Well, here we are in June with summer in full swing.  We’ve had a bit of a diversion from our 2020 Bible Reading…  actually, quite a bit of a diversion!

The first five months of 2020 found us reading The Gospels, The Pentateuch, The Book of Acts & Paul’s Epistles, The Psalms, and The Books of Poetry & Wisdom.  We set aside the summer months of June and July to catch up on reading, or to read ahead if one wishes.

In September, we’re planning to get back to 2020 Bible Reading, which will find us in Isaiah, Jeremiah, Lamentations, and Ezekiel.

For now, I simply want to encourage you to keep reading regardless of where you are at in the reading plan.  KEEP READING!

And we want you to ASK QUESTIONS of what you’re reading.  Now is a good time to reflect on what you’ve read to date (whether in the 2020 plan or on your own) and ASK QUESTIONS.  You church staff will review the questions and provide answers as quickly and as clearly as we can.

For now, we continue to use online forums for communicating.  So ask your questions and we’ll post the Q&A on social media.  Hopefully, we’ll be able to hold a 2020 Bible Reading Book club evening in September, but that is not certain at this time.

For the complete 2020 Bible Reading plan, go to:  2020 Bible.  Make your summer a season in the Word.

Contact Associate Pastor Don Hamlin for information, questions, or ideas about reading the Bible in 2020.