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Lent Reading Plan

Lent has historically been a season of renewed focus and fasting during the 40 days leading up to Easter Sunday. As we let old habits die and form new ones, we are a metaphor for Jesus’ death that ends in new life.

Scripture tells us that the one who meditates on God’s Word is “like a tree planted by streams of water”. This Lenten season we want to invite you to meditate daily on Scripture and experience the beautiful reality of a life firmly rooted next to a life-giving source. Join us in the Gospel of Matthew using a devotional by N.T. Wright called “Lent for Everyone”. We will go through this devotional using the Bible app starting on February 14th, Ash Wednesday.

As we begin 2024 we want to seek God’s wisdom for navigating life’s complexities and how to step into a life of freedom and fulfillment. Join us every day in January with our Proverbs reading plan as we seek His wisdom in our UNSTUCK teaching series. During this reading plan, Ryan will be providing a weekly memory verse each Sunday during his sermon to engage further with God’s wisdom to live unstuck.

Awakening, for the next 40 days, we will reflect on scripture and pray.  We will be reminded of Jesus’s radical love for the outsider.  We will be challenged to activate our lives around his purposes.  To be his voice of redemption.  To be his hands and feet of restoration, asking God to use us in his transformation of the Bay.

Welcome to the study of Matthew! Each day will focus on a passage of Scripture from the Gospel of Matthew. For the full experience, we invite you to read the daily reading before reading the First 5 teaching for that day

As we continue our 2023 “Year of Jesus” at Awakening, we want to invite you to spend the next 30 days reading the Gospel of Mark with us. Our hope and prayer is that as followers of Jesus we would daily meditate on God’s Word: faithful that it sharpens us, transforms us, teaches us, and encourages us.

The ancient spiritual discipline of Lectio Divina is a sacred reading practice, intended to guide us
to a place of meeting with God as we read the Scriptures. During the next four weeks, we invite
you to take time each day reflecting on the same passage in Luke 15 for that week (our Bible
passage for the sermon series, Prodigal) as a loose companion to our Sunday services.