Bible Study

Looking for something to add to your reading list? Pick up one of these 9 resources that will expand your view of God's plan for missions at home and abroad. We've sorted them into two categories: "Across the Street" and "Across the Sea." Across the...

This summer, we are opening someone else’s mail. We are studying 1 Timothy, a letter that was written 2000 years ago by a Jewish mentor named Paul, a pastor who was in the sunset of his life. Like Yoda to Skywalker, teacher to pupil, Paul...

From the start, Storyline Fellowship has aimed at simplicity. To avoid confusing activity for accomplishment, we created a culture that makes four weekly “asks” of its members. Like a healthy plate on the dinner table, here are the items we see as essential for spiritual...

What is Life Journaling? This year, Storyline has been working to engrain Life Journaling into our culture. What exactly is that? Life Journaling is a method for studying the Bible in a systematic way, focusing on one key verse/takeaway. (*From our website, you can follow the...

This past Sunday, I shared about the importance of developing a regular devotional routine. At Storyline, we highly recommend the Life Journaling plan, which will help you “take some truth” along the way, and will build your knowledge of Scripture. If you have never done...

“It’s not about what you can do; it’s about what you can keep doing.” It’s April. The first quarter of 2016 is over and those January goals are looking less sustainable. The motivational meter plummets in multiple areas, including quiet times with God. This year, our church...

At Storyline, we talk a lot about reading the Bible as a family. Our Life Journaling program challenges every person to be in the Word on a regular basis, and I’m so proud of the way our church is catching the vision. Beyond the Bible, however,...

At our Discover Storyline seminar last week,* I was asked about the use of Study Bibles. This was an excellent question that sparked good discussion. Here are four thoughts I would like to share: 1. The best $50 you will spend this year is on a...

Two months down in 2016. March is upon us, and the goals for this New Year now feel more burdensome than awesome. It’s hard to stick to our guns in areas that require determination. We rationalize our laziness quite naturally. Bible reading is an easily-dropped...

At the start of the year, I challenged Storyline to read through the Scriptures in a systematic way. Through a method called “Life Journaling,” we read a portion of Scripture each day and take some time to write down observations, applications, and a prayer. The...