Read Together UMCNA
Read Together 2020.7

Read Together 2020.7

February 18, 2020

Rev. Nancy Cole encourages us to share our stories of conversion and faith and reminds us that while not all conversions are as dramatic as Paul's, they are all of use to bring others to Christ.

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Read Together 2020.6

February 11, 2020

Dr. Clinton Hubbard shares his take on the conversion of the jailer in Acts.

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Read Together 2020.5

February 3, 2020

As we read through Acts, Rev. Todd Henderson considers whether we are spending our time making church members or making disciples.

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Read Together 2020.4

January 28, 2020

Rev. Dale Clem reminds us to be ever aware of God's presence in our lives, and not to miss any burning bush moments.

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Read Together 2020.3

January 21, 2020

Rev. Ed Sims makes some fine points regarding Jesus' three parables about lost stuff.

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Read Together 2020.2

January 12, 2020

In recounting the story of Jacob leaving Laban's household and Rachel's theft of the household god, Rev. Vicki Cater invites us to ponder how we ourselves are clinging to things from the past that are better left behind. 

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Read Together 2020.1

January 9, 2020

Rev. Keith Thompson reminds us that the God who created us always loves us and desires to be in relationship with all creation.

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Read Together Week 53

January 3, 2020
Bishop Debra Wallace-Padgett wraps up our year of reading together and reminds us of the importance of daily Bible reading in hopes that we will continue the practice into 2020 and beyond.
 
 
 
Read Together Week 52

Read Together Week 52

December 31, 2019
Many people shy away from studying the book of Revelation. Rev. Alan Storey, who serves Central Methodist Mission in Cape Town, South Africa, shares some guiding principles to help us understand John's apocalyptic writing.
Read Together Week 51

Read Together Week 51

December 26, 2019
Stop. Reflect. How often we hear this from spiritual leaders. And we know it's important. Annie Skinner invites us to take time during this sometimes frantic season to stop, to reflect, and to remember what we know to be true.