God's Word & Reading Plan

The best way we can change our thinking is through engaging God’s Word. The Scriptures are the revelation of who we are, who God is, and what we were created to do. They define truth in a world of lies. They show us what’s normal, healthy, and whole. God’s Word teaches us how to live and opens our minds to what’s possible.

We don’t work on the Scriptures; the Scriptures work on us. God’s Word is living and active. It’s a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our path. It shapes and molds us into the image and likeness of Jesus. It’s not about what we have to do; it’s about what Jesus has done. God’s Word teaches us God’s ways and God’s wisdom in a world full of chaos and confusion.

As you read through the New Testament, before you read through each book, take some time to watch a short commentary. Then, at the end of each book, we encourage you to ask three questions: 1) What is my key verse? 2) What did I discover about Jesus and His kingdom? 3) What is the Holy Spirit teaching me?

Commentary Videos

Matthew

After centuries of waiting for God to save his people, this book proclaims to us the good news that God is with us!

Mark

While this book is the shortest of the four Gospels, it reminds us that “all things are possible with God.” (Mark 10:27).

Luke

The Gospel of Luke is the most detailed and comprehensive of the gospels, with an emphasis on parables and stories.

John

The Gospel of John reminds us that Jesus loves us, and this book helps us learn how to hear God’s voice.

Acts

The story of the early church is recorded throughout the book of Acts. May you be inspired by the stories of hope carriers from the early church.

Romans

This book is one of the most foundational books in the New Testament. It shows us who we are, who God is, and what we were created to do.

1 Corinthians

This book is a beautiful display that even when we drift on our journey with Jesus, there is still a hope and future as we follow the way of love.

2 CORINTHIANS

This book is an invitation to examine ourselves, our perspectives, and our hearts as we follow Jesus on the ancient path.

Galatians

This book is an invitation to live in the freedom of Jesus.

Ephesians

This book reminds us that when we respond to the grace of God, His purpose becomes our mission.

Philippians

This book teaches us that true legacy is found in who we’ve reached with the hope of Jesus.

Colossians

This book can be summed up in one sentence: Jesus is number one, so let’s live like it!

1 & 2 Thessalonians

These books remind us that because Jesus is faithful, we can choose to be faithful, because Jesus is our protector, we can choose faith over fear, and because Jesus is our living hope, we can choose to live in hope.

1 & 2 Timothy

These books remind us to continue receiving fresh revelation of who we are, who God is, and what we’re created to do, and then go share that with everyone we know!

Titus

This book reminds us that the love and kindness of Jesus have been poured out into our lives.

Philemon

This book is Paul’s shortest letter but its message is profound by reminding us of the heart of forgiveness and reconciliation.

HEbrews

This book reminds us to fix our eyes on Jesus.

James

This book reminds us firsthand what it looks like to walk the narrow road with Jesus that leads to life.

1 & 2 Peter

These books remind us that we, too, are God’s people who represent the Kingdom of God and point people to the eternal, living hope: Jesus.

1, 2, & 3 John

These books are saturated with the love of God, and remind us what it looks like to receive and release the love of God to those around us.

Jude

This book reminds us to contend for our faith in Jesus.

Revelation

Commentary Coming Soon