Things You Can Do on Your Own
Each person is responsible for his/her own relationship with God and the church is there to support the journey.
Bible Study (Acts 17:11)
Pick a reading plan from youversion.
Try the E-100 Bible Reading Plan. The Essential 100 Challenge (E100) helps you get an overview of the Bible... without getting bogged down. The Plan guides you through 50 Old Testament passages and 50 New Testament passages — The Essential 100 — so you can see the big picture of God's Word, and form a daily Bible reading habit in the process. E100 is an achievable way to have a "through the Bible" experience; it's the Bible reading plan people love to complete.
Pick up a “Daily Bread” devotional from the church lobby. It’s a short daily reading. Great for people just beginning to attempt Bible study.
Visit the Grace Bookstore (McKean Campus). Each month we highlight a resource that complements the sermon series.
Read The Story of God, the Story of Us by Sean Gladding. The book provides a readable overview of scripture. The Bible reading plans in the back of the book will help you discover the central plot of the Bible.
Scripture Memory Psalm 119:11
Find a friend and work through the Topical Memory System by Nav Press. You’ll learn verses that will help you navigate your very day life.
Prayer and Fasting Mark 1:35
Buy a cheap notebook and write out your prayers. Some people find that this discipline helps them focus.
Make a list of friend and family members. Make a commitment to pray for one or two of these people each day.
Fasting is the practice of temporary abstaining from food, media, or distractions. Consult with your physician before attempting a dietary fast.
Visit our online prayer wall.
Evangelism and Witness Matthew 28:19-20
Invite an unchurched family over for dinner or a picnic.
Have a list of three people that you want to invite to come to church with you. Ask God to help you find opportunities to invite them.