BIBLE READING PLAN

The Bible is our curriculum in DNA-Groups. The transformation of our minds that happens when we read the Word leads to the changing of our hearts and lives. Being part of a group that is committed to the same daily Bible reading plan insures that transformation takes place!

The F-260 is one reading plan we recommend because it takes you chronologically through the Bible covering the major redemptive storyline of scripture in a way that is challenging, yet not overwhelming. Using this plan you will read and HEAR Journal through one or two chapters each week day, sharing those journal entries via text with your DNA-Groups to hold each group member accountable to the plan. By staying in touch daily and sharing your journals, you don’t have to wait a week for the group meeting to see who is keeping up, you know who’s reading each day and chances are that daily reminder will translate into everyone in the group reading daily! That’s a huge win that happens before we even meet, and a great help for those of us who struggle with self-discipline. Click on the link below to sign up for a free account!

 

Can you imagine the power you have to touch lives around the globe through the love of Christ! As a Hub Builder you can reach out in partnership with us to make a significant difference in Africa. “Hub Builders align with the Apostolic Hub to take a leadership role in building the Kingdom of God. They are willing to assist other believers, ministries, and business’ to accomplish the Great Commission. A Hub builder is focused on Kingdom advancement globally and in the local community through alignment with other effective, and strategic ministries and individuals.”

The Hub has a revival response like the ecclesiastical city-wide church of Ephesus building unity in the community. It forms Networks for shared mission in the city. Example: Antioch, which was a “Hub” for trans-local church-planting and mission. apostolic people BOTH send and are sent. It takes senders and sent out ones to establish an apostolic hub. (Acts 11:19-30, 13:1-14:28)