Do Bible Reading Plans Actually Work?

November 6, 2020
Episode #206
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The number one indicator of spiritual maturity is daily Bible reading. On this episode, we discuss how to get your congregation reading their Bibles and share our favorite Bible reading plans. Steve Bezner of Houston Northwest Church joins us. Accountability and encouragement are key with Bible reading plans. When people read the Bible together, they are more likely to stick with it than doing a Bible reading plan alone. 

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