Connecting with God’s Word is an essential part of every Christian’s faith. The Bible is our compass, teaching us our history, telling us God’s ways about how we should live our lives. As a church, WPA has placed a renewed emphasis on Bible engagement and we are continuing this initiative by working through the Prison Epistles over the next eight weeks.
We have put together three simple ways that you can engage with us and along with your church family.
Scribing the Bible
This one is not for the faint of heart. You will be writing out 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus in their entirety by hand. We’ve put together a journal that you can use, it’s 100% free and you can pick yours up on Sunday mornings before or after services in the Foyer or during the week during office hours at the church.
Follow along use our Bookmark Calendar.
Pastoral Epistles Bookmark
Listening to the Bible
Music is a large source of inspiration and some people are auditory learners. Start or end your day by listening to the Pastoral Epistles (1 & 2 Timothy, Titus) narrated by one of our congregation members, David Landry. In addition, there is a recommended song for your listening pleasure curated by Pastor Phil Hazzard to help facilitate a time of Worship & The Word. Dedicate a portion of your day to listening intently for what God might say to you through scripture and song.
You can access the Listen and Reflect links for the audio Bible and worship songs below on this page.
Reflecting on the Bible
If the first two options did not fit your learning style, then we invite you to join the conversation on Facebook. Each day of the week, we post a portion of scripture from the Pastoral Epistles (1 & 2 Timothy, Titus) and reflect on it together as an online community. Simply read the scripture and let us know what stood out to you and why. Like or comment on other people’s posts and don’t be shy; we can all benefit from each other’s insights.
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