What’s In The Bible? YouVersion Plans

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We have partnered with YouVersion to bring you a series of family Bible reading plans that cover a variety of themes and feature videos from What’s In The Bible? episodes!

  • Heroes of the Old Testament – Discover the exciting stories found in the Old Testament and learn valuable lessons from the heroes of the Bible. Be encouraged in your own life as you see how God worked through them.
  • Comfort – For times when you need some extra encouragement, begin this reading plan that focuses on faithful people in the Bible. Find encouragement for your heart through reading about others who turned to the Lord when times were tough.
  • The Ten Commandments – Why did God give us the 10 Commandments and what do they mean for us today? Dive deeper into the 10 Commandments with Buck Denver & Friends.
  • Walk with Jesus: 21 Days through Matthew – In 3 weeks, you’ll follow the life of Jesus from the book of Matthew along with a short video and reflection.
  • Holy Week -This reading plan is perfect for your whole family to read during the week leading up to Easter Sunday! You can begin on Palm Sunday and walk through the last week before Jesus’ death and resurrection.
  • Thanksgiving Family Reading Plan -The Thanksgiving holiday is the perfect opportunity for your family to reflect on God’s abundant blessings and express your thankfulness to Him and to the people around you.
  • Why Do We Call It Christmas? -Connect modern traditions with Jesus’ birth in this reading plan from: What’s in the Bible? Santa Claus? Christmas trees? What do these things have to do with Jesus? More than you think!

 

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What's in the Bible?
What's in the Bible?

Lora - thank you for your time and thoughtful reply. We will take this back to our team for sure. WoW, we are grateful for you.

Lora Lee Goodson
Lora Lee Goodson

Hi! I plan on doing the rest of the ones you have at YouVersion with my 9 y.o... we're looking forward to them! If there is one thing I'd love to see, it's a plan that emphasizes how NOT-boring the Bible is and encourages kids to explore it on their own. My son loves videos, music, and kiddie-books that teach him about the Bible, but he's reading at a level that is high enough to grasp at least the NT (except for Revelation) and even some of the OT. He is familiar with many major themes in the Word, so I want him to WANT to seek God by reading it on his own at least a little each day to start. He moans and groans when Bible study is more reading than watching or playing... and for now he is convinced that it's the most boring book in the world. If a plan were to help him see how incredibly alive and integral and necessary the Bible is, that would be awesome! He won't hear me on the matter because I'm his mom and his teacher and he expects me to make him do things he doesn't want to do!

What's in the Bible?
What's in the Bible?

Thanks Lora Lee! Are there other plans you'd like to see from us this year for your family? We'd love to hear what you think! Blessings for 2016!

Lora Lee Goodson
Lora Lee Goodson

We did the Thanksgiving one... it was awesome- good for the whole family. Will be doing more!

JoAnn Harmon
JoAnn Harmon

Yay! Great learn something g about God's word

Tracy Chapman
Tracy Chapman

I need something for a child with very limited verbal/listening skills. With the increase in kids with autism, I keep praying someone will tackle this issue: explaining God's love in few words and concrete, not abstract, examples.

Heather Roduner
Heather Roduner

My kids love them! We've done all the ones that are available!