In 2016, I accepted the challenge to read the Bible in 60 days. Since then I’ve led hundreds of people, from all around the world, through a power-read journey of the scriptures.
But this Summer, I wanted to help families, including their teen children, have the experience of seeing the big picture of the Bible.
So I’ve planned an opportunity (see link below) for you to read the Bible as a family for 60 days. Instead of reading the entire Bible, this reading plan covers forty percent of the text…
For many families, school is out! How about reading the Bible together this Summer?
I know what you’re thinking. Is that even possible? Reading the Bible as a family?
As someone who’s led hundreds of people though the Bible, I can say it is possible, even in a home with busy teenagers. But you need the right expectations and a solid plan.
In my previous post, I noted two concerning, and connected, trends
– Young people walking away from faith
– Biblical literacy dramatically declining among young people (and adults)
As promised, this is the first of five pillars to teach your family. That means five ways to help your family grow up to understand truth, and to walk more confidently in the faith.