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Life Journaling

At NLCC we encourage each individual to have regular, daily times to connect with God in his Word and prayer. We offer a Bible reading/journaling system that we call Life Journals. They have instructions and examples of what journaling is all about. They are for sale at the Info Desk in the foyer or at the church office for only $5. This is a great way study and learn for yourself.

The Life Journaling approach is explained in the Life Journal and provides a basic structure for listening to, interpreting and applying Scripture to your life, and can be used with any reading plan you choose. If you would prefer to use your own journal, you can still download the reading plan below or purchase this booklet from the Info Desk in the foyer or at the church office for $2.


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Life Journaling Workshop

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To assist you in learning this practical approach to Bible reading, NLCC hosts a periodic 60 minute Life Journaling Workshop. Over coffee or tea, you'll learn a bit more about the process, spend time reading and reflecting personally on Scripture and share a little about your experience together. If you can't be part of one of these opportunities, feel free to contact the church and we can arrange an alternative opportunity to learn how to Life Journal. 

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Bible Reading Plan

NLCC's NEW Bible Reading Plan covers the Old Testament once and the New Testament twice over TWO YEARS, and also includes a Psalm every day (almost 5 times through the Psalms in two years).

Want access to the reading plan on your iPhone or iPad? NLCC's 2-year reading plan is available through the Reading Plan app, available through the iTunes store. The app is free, and links to any of your favourite online sources for the Bible, including Bible Gateway, Crossway ESV, the YouVersion app, and many others. Once you've downloaded the app, go to Settings and on the Reading Plan tab, choose "View Available Plans" and click Download under the NLCC Two Year plan, on the Start Date tab be sure to choose January 1, 2017 to be synced with those using the printed version.

We have also included suggested resources from The Bible Project, a non-profit media company specializing in brief and informative videos explaining the structure, themes, and purpose of each book of the Bible, as well as of key biblical themes. These videos are available through RightNow Media, an online library of over 3000 video resources for children, youth and adults, sign up for free access today!

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