Read the Bible this week. Links open the HCSB on Biblegateway.com.

This thematic plan attempts to link passages with similar themes. A job that isn’t always easy to do. In reading the verses in each day ask yourself these questions, or make your own questions to ask yourself. Answer as many as possible, but don’t worry if you can’t answer all of them on any given day.

  1. What seems to be the major theme these passages have in common?

  2. What verse, or verses stand out and speak to you?
  3. Who are the people in the passage, and what are they doing, feeling, experiencing?
  4. What relevance do these passages have for your life today? What parallels do you see happening in the passage, to things happening today?
  5. What can you take away in today’s passage to show God’s love to others?
  6. In what way does today’s reading draw you closer to God?
  7. In a sentence or two, summarize the main message of today’s passage as a prayer.

Copyright 2012,2014 Craig J. DesJardins

craigdesjardins98406@yahoo.com

Reprints are permitted as long as there is no charge to the recipient(s).

Those desiring a PDF of this sheet or of the full calendar should email Craig at the address above.



Read the Bible this week. Links open the HCSB on Biblegateway.com.

This thematic plan attempts to link passages with similar themes. A job that isn’t always easy to do. In reading the verses in each day ask yourself these questions, or make your own questions to ask yourself. Answer as many as possible, but don’t worry if you can’t answer all of them on any given day.

  1. What seems to be the major theme these passages have in common?

  2. What verse, or verses stand out and speak to you?
  3. Who are the people in the passage, and what are they doing, feeling, experiencing?
  4. What relevance do these passages have for your life today? What parallels do you see happening in the passage, to things happening today?
  5. What can you take away in today’s passage to show God’s love to others?
  6. In what way does today’s reading draw you closer to God?
  7. In a sentence or two, summarize the main message of today’s passage as a prayer.

Copyright 2012,2014 Craig J. DesJardins

craigdesjardins98406@yahoo.com

Reprints are permitted as long as there is no charge to the recipient(s).

Those desiring a PDF of this sheet or of the full calendar should email Craig at the address above.



Read the Bible this week. Links open the HCSB on Biblegateway.com.

This thematic plan attempts to link passages with similar themes. A job that isn’t always easy to do. In reading the verses in each day ask yourself these questions, or make your own questions to ask yourself. Answer as many as possible, but don’t worry if you can’t answer all of them on any given day.

  1. What seems to be the major theme these passages have in common?

  2. What verse, or verses stand out and speak to you?
  3. Who are the people in the passage, and what are they doing, feeling, experiencing?
  4. What relevance do these passages have for your life today? What parallels do you see happening in the passage, to things happening today?
  5. What can you take away in today’s passage to show God’s love to others?
  6. In what way does today’s reading draw you closer to God?
  7. In a sentence or two, summarize the main message of today’s passage as a prayer.

Copyright 2012,2014 Craig J. DesJardins

craigdesjardins98406@yahoo.com

Reprints are permitted as long as there is no charge to the recipient(s).

Those desiring a PDF of this sheet or of the full calendar should email Craig at the address above.



Read the Bible this week. Links open the HCSB on Biblegateway.com.

This thematic plan attempts to link passages with similar themes. A job that isn’t always easy to do. In reading the verses in each day ask yourself these questions, or make your own questions to ask yourself. Answer as many as possible, but don’t worry if you can’t answer all of them on any given day.

  1. What seems to be the major theme these passages have in common?

  2. What verse, or verses stand out and speak to you?
  3. Who are the people in the passage, and what are they doing, feeling, experiencing?
  4. What relevance do these passages have for your life today? What parallels do you see happening in the passage, to things happening today?
  5. What can you take away in today’s passage to show God’s love to others?
  6. In what way does today’s reading draw you closer to God?
  7. In a sentence or two, summarize the main message of today’s passage as a prayer.

Copyright 2012,2014 Craig J. DesJardins

craigdesjardins98406@yahoo.com

Reprints are permitted as long as there is no charge to the recipient(s).

Those desiring a PDF of this sheet or of the full calendar should email Craig at the address above.



Read the Bible this week. Links open the HCSB on Biblegateway.com.

This thematic plan attempts to link passages with similar themes. A job that isn’t always easy to do. In reading the verses in each day ask yourself these questions, or make your own questions to ask yourself. Answer as many as possible, but don’t worry if you can’t answer all of them on any given day.

  1. What seems to be the major theme these passages have in common?

  2. What verse, or verses stand out and speak to you?
  3. Who are the people in the passage, and what are they doing, feeling, experiencing?
  4. What relevance do these passages have for your life today? What parallels do you see happening in the passage, to things happening today?
  5. What can you take away in today’s passage to show God’s love to others?
  6. In what way does today’s reading draw you closer to God?
  7. In a sentence or two, summarize the main message of today’s passage as a prayer.

Copyright 2012,2014 Craig J. DesJardins

craigdesjardins98406@yahoo.com

Reprints are permitted as long as there is no charge to the recipient(s).

Those desiring a PDF of this sheet or of the full calendar should email Craig at the address above.



Read the Bible this week. Links open the HCSB on Biblegateway.com.

This thematic plan attempts to link passages with similar themes. A job that isn’t always easy to do. In reading the verses in each day ask yourself these questions, or make your own questions to ask yourself. Answer as many as possible, but don’t worry if you can’t answer all of them on any given day.

  1. What seems to be the major theme these passages have in common?

  2. What verse, or verses stand out and speak to you?
  3. Who are the people in the passage, and what are they doing, feeling, experiencing?
  4. What relevance do these passages have for your life today? What parallels do you see happening in the passage, to things happening today?
  5. What can you take away in today’s passage to show God’s love to others?
  6. In what way does today’s reading draw you closer to God?
  7. In a sentence or two, summarize the main message of today’s passage as a prayer.

Copyright 2012,2014 Craig J. DesJardins

craigdesjardins98406@yahoo.com

Reprints are permitted as long as there is no charge to the recipient(s).

Those desiring a PDF of this sheet or of the full calendar should email Craig at the address above.



Samaritan Purse Shoe Boxes /Operation Christmas Child It is time to start bringing your items in for the Samaritan Purse Shoe boxes.

We would like for you to put your items on the bench in the church hallway. The items we need for August include:

  • school supplies,

  • hygiene items,
  • and candy.

September items include:

  • clothing and toys.

October items include:

  • tools for older boys

  • and sewing items for older girls.

Our goal is 200 boxes this year! We will start packing the boxes in late October and early November. A complete list of items needed is on the table in the foyer.

Thanks for all you do and God Bless,
the Mission Committee.