BIBLE READ THROUGH

BIBLE READ THROUGH

 

Bible Read Through groups began from a desire to see the whole church reading through the Bible year after year.

 

Each week, across the city, our Bible Read Through groups gather to grow in a deeper love of God, through reading His word. Bible Read Throughs are a place where you will forge friendships, share prayers, and immerse yourself in the Bible together.

To join a Bible Read Through group, please fill out this form
or to find out more, you can email: 
paisleybrt@rehope.co.uk

Bible Read Through Values
1. To grow in a love of the Bible (and the God of the Bible).
2. To train ourselves to listen to the God of the Bible.
3. To grow in our understanding of the Bible.
4. To immerse ourselves in the Bible over a lifetime.

 

What does being part of a BRT group look like?

• Every week you read a part of the Bible.

• Highlight, or take notes of whatever stands out to you.

• Meet up with your group at the set time.

• Share 3 things that stood out to you from the week’s reading.

• Pray for each other.

 

TIPS for BRT:

• Plan a time during the week to complete your reading.

• Pray and ask the Holy Spirit to speak to you through the reading.

• Have a notebook handy to note down anything that stands out.

• Choose 3 ‘shares’ from your notes before the meeting.

• Rely on God to nudge you, rather than a commentary.

CURRENT READING PLAN

2022
 

APRIL

Week 14 - BREAK

Week 15 - BREAK

Week 16 - Matthew

Week 17 - Mark

MAY

Week 18 - Luke
Week 19- John
Week 20 - Acts
Week 21 - Romans

Week 22 - BREAK

JUNE

Week 23 - 1 Corinthians

Week 24 - 2 Corinthians
Week 25 - Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians
Week 26 - Colossians, 1 & 2 Thessalonians

JULY

Week 27 - BREAK 

Week 28 - BREAK

Week 29 - 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon

Week 30 - Hebrews

AUGUST
Week 31 - James, 1 & 2 Peter

Week 32 - 1-3 John, Jude

Week 33 - Revelation

WHY DO WE DO BIBLE READ THROUGH GROUPS?
In this video Brian talks through the origins of Bible Read Through and explains why we choose to do this
at Re:Hope and why it is so important to us as a church.