I loved our time together in Genesis this fall – so the natural progression is to keep going into the book of Exodus.
We will be in the book of Exodus this January and February, then on March 2nd, we will begin the Gospel of Matthew –which will take us up to the week of Easter. Just perfect!
I am so excited about this winter session!
What happened to the book of Psalms?
Psalms does not require a straight through reading in order to be understood in its context, so we will revisit it again later in the year.
Will there be free reading plans and eWorkbooks?
Yes, those will be available after Christmas here on the blog – be sure to watch for those.
Will there be sign-ups or enrollments?
No. Anyone can join us anytime!
Do I need to subscribe to get the reading plans?
No. But if you’d like to receive the daily posts in your email inbox, go to the sidebar of the blog and subscribe so you never miss a thing.
Will the schedule be the same?
Sunday posts will remain the same but I have some new things coming that I’m really excited about! There will be GMG posts Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the new year! The theme of each day will all be revealed after Christmas as well!
When does the new session begin?
We start back in the new year on Monday, January 5th.
I missed part of the last session, can I still join?
Absolutely! You can join us any time and loop back around to the books you missed at the end. All of the posts are archived on the GMG Resources Page.
I want to create a group – what do I do?
Invite your friends – show them this post!
Look over some of the information on the GMG Resources Page and when we start back up in the new year, join our Leadership Facebook Group. I have lots of support coming for the leaders in the new year!
I don’t have anyone to ask to start a group, can I join a group on-line?
Yes! Our Forum opens on Monday, December 29th. We will have group leaders ready to embrace you into their group at that time!
When does this session end?
This is our final week and then we will break for Christmas!
Here is this week’s reading plan:
Let’s finish strong!
Walk with the King,