As we begin the new year, we look at how God worked in and through Abraham. It is a reminder to us of the importance of faith. “Abraham believed the Lord, and he credited it to him as righteousness” (Genesis 15:6). May our faith increase as we read God’s Word.

You can find the reading plan here. It is designed to help you engage in reading God’s Word each week in preparation for the sermon. We are using the H.E.A.R. Journal Method to do devotions together. If you want to learn how to do a H.E.A.R. journal, click here. You can also download a blank H.E.A.R. Journal sheet here. If you already have a Bible Study method that you prefer, use that. The point isn’t the method, but that we are studying God’s Word together. If you would like a hard copy of the journal, please contact the office by e-mail at office@npbc.us

                          “The God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob” Reading Plan

Our reading plan for this series is to read through the story of Abraham in Genesis and also read through some relevant passages throughout the Bible that relate to the theme of the passage from Genesis. We are doing part 1 of the series in January and February and will continue the series in the summer by looking at the lives of Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph.

 

 

 

 


Previous Series

We wrapped up our The Word series in the winter of 2018.  If you want to go back and follow the reading plan, you can find that here. You can go here to listen to past sermons from The Word series.

We wrapped up our I Love My Church series in the fall of 2018.  If you want to go back and follow the reading plan, you can find that here. You can go here to listen to past sermons from the I Love My Church series.

We wrapped up our Encounters with Jesus series in the summer of 2018.  If you want to go back and read through the Gospel of Luke, you can find that reading plan  here.  You can go here to listen to past sermons from the Encounters with Jesus series.

We wrapped up our sermon series on Romans in June of 2108.  If you want to go back to follow the reading plan for Romans click here to see the reading plan.  You can go here to listen to past sermons from Romans.