E100 Challenge

Well, I’m excited. Our church along with church’s in our local community are doing the E100 bible reading challenge, we will be starting tomorrow, Monday 23/4/2012. Its great to see so many different church’s come together and to be in unity with each other. I believe and know that this is going to have a huge impact on our community, in peoples lives and change the spiritual warfare of combined church’s forever.

Here is a little about what the E100 challenge is, and hopefully I will remember to post each day on my thoughts from the days readying.

CRISIS!? LESS THAN 25% OF CHRISTIANS REGULARLY READ THEIR BIBLE!!

The Bible is getting pushed to the outer realms of importance and even Christians are valuing it less and less. Statistics tell us that fewer than 25% of Christians read their Bible weekly, and most find it difficult to uncover any relevance and power for their lives.

ANSWER!! THE E100 CHALLENGE IS SCRIPTURE UNION‘S ANSWER TO THIS BIBLE READING CRISIS.

Simply put, E100 is a Bible Reading Challenge that gets people reading the Bible they already own. It dares people to pick up their Bible, re-engage the scriptures and allow God to do something powerful through His Word…

Whether it’s for your church, your group or yours truly, the bottom line is, E100 is the Bible Reading Challenge you’ll love to complete!To take the E100 Challenge, you’ll simply need to grab our E100 Reading Planner and the E100 Companion Book. Take the challenge with your group and you’ll enjoy the E100 Challenge Discussion Guide!
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~ by deepercriesout on April 22, 2012.

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