The Bible Project

Throughout the Fall, we will use the Bible Project to lead us as we dig deeper into God’s Word. Each week, we will read a book of the New Testament. Join us for this interactive journey.

There are four ways to engage in this study:

Disciple Track

Read highlights of the Bible book over the course of the week.

Scholar Track

Read the entire Bible book over the course of the week.

Watch a short background and overview video on the Bible book covered that week. Here are the links for each video:

Acts I
Acts II
I Corinthians
II Corinthians
I Timothy
II Timothy
I John
II John
Revelation Part I
Revelation Part II

For each week, we have a reflection question based on the recommended reading for the day as well as an activity to do at home or with others as a way to engage with Scripture. We will post the reflection and Bible Project Video link on social media each week and would love to hear your thoughts and responses in the comments.

Week of September 26: Acts Part I

Week of September 26: Act Part I


  Disciple Track Scholar Track
Sunday, Sept 26 Acts 1:1-14 (Introduction and Jesus’ Ascension) Acts 1-2:13
Monday, Sept 27 Acts 2:14-41 (Peter’s Sermon) Acts 2:14-3:10
Tuesday, Sept 28 Acts 3:11-4:4 (Peter at Solomon’s Portico) Acts 3:11–5
Wednesday, Sept 29 Acts 7:1-8:1 (Stephen’s Speech and Martyrdom) Acts 6:1-8:3
Thursday, Sept 30 Acts 9:1-31 (Conversion of Saul) Acts 8:4-9:31
Friday, Oct 1 Luke 10:9-48 (Peter and Conversion of the Gentiles) Acts 9:32-11:18
Saturday, Oct 2 Luke 12:1-17 (Persecution of Jerusalem Church) Acts 11:19–12

Reflection: Peter’s sermon is filled with Old Testament references. Look up one of the Scriptural references (for a list, see the cross references here). What is something you learned?

Activity: What is one thing you can do this week to devote yourself to “the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers” (Acts 2:42).

Week of September 19: Luke Part II: 10-24

Week of September 19: Luke Part II


  Disciple Track Scholar Track
Sunday, Sept 19 Luke 12:4-34 (Trusting in God’s Provision) Luke 9:51-13:21
Monday, Sept 20 Luke 15:11-32 (Parable of the Prodigal’s Son) Luke 13:22-17:10
Tuesday, Sept 21 Luke 19:1-27 (Zacchaeus, the Parable of the 10 Minas) Luke 17:11-19:27
Wednesday, Sept 22 Luke 21:1-28 (Jesus in the Temple) Luke 19:28–21
Thursday, Sept 23 Luke 22:7-30 (The Last Supper) Luke 22:1-38
Friday, Sept 24 Luke 23:26-49 (The Crucifixion) Luke 22:39-23:56
Saturday, Sept 25 Luke 24:13-35 (The Road to Emmaus) Luke 24

Reflection: This Parable is often titled “Parable of the Prodigal’s Son.” Reflecting on what this parable is about, what might be some alternative titles?

Activity: Imagine yourself as each of the different characters in the Parable. Which character is the easiest to picture yourself as? Which is the hardest? What else do you notice?

Week of September 12: Luke part I

Week of September 12: Luke Part I: 1-9


  Disciple Track Scholar Track
Sunday, Sept 12 Luke 1:39-80 (Mary’s and Zechariah’s Songs) Luke 1
Monday, Sept 13 Luke 2:22-38 (Presentation at the Temple, the Nunc Dimittis) Luke 2
Tuesday, Sept 14 Luke 4:16-30 (Jesus launches the Kingdom Mission and is rejected in Nazareth) Luke 3-5:16
Wednesday, Sept 15 Luke 6:17-49 (Jesus forms his disciples) Luke 5:17–6
Thursday, Sept 16 Luke 7:1-17 (Healing of Centurion’s Servant and Widow’s Son) Luke 7
Friday, Sept 17 Luke 8:4-21 (Parable of the Sower) Luke 8
Saturday, Sept 18 Luke 9:10-36 (Feeding Miracle, Foretelling Death, Transfiguration) Luke 9:1-50

Reflection: We hear today, that after 8 days, Jesus is circumcised and receives his name. What is the meaning and story behind your name?

Activity: Our reading today has the Song of Simeon (called the Nunc Dimittis), a famous, early hymn of the Church. Take some time this week to listen to different recordings of the Nunc. Which settings do you enjoy and what do you notice?

Week of September 5: Mark

Week of September 5: Mark


  Disciple Track Scholar Track
Sunday, Sept 5 Mark 1:1-20 (Intro, Jesus’ Baptism) Mark 1-3:12
Monday, Sept 6 Mark 4:1-34 (The Parables) Mark 3:13-6:6
Tuesday, Sept 7 Mark 6:30-56 (Miracles) Mark 6:7-8:26
Wednesday, Sept 8 Mark 8:27-9:13 (Foretelling Death and Jesus’ Transfiguration) Mark 8:27-10:52
Thursday, Sept 9 Mark 11:27-12:34 (Challenge at the Temple) Mark 11–13
Friday, Sept 10 Mark 14:3-25 (Jesus at Bethany for Last Supper) Mark 14-15:20
Saturday, Sept 11 Mark 15:42-16:8 (Jesus’ Burial and Resurrection) Mark 15:21–16

Reflection Question: As you read the Parable of the Sower, what type of soil are you at this moment?

Activity: Spend some time outdoors this week (go for a walk, garden, etc.). Where do you see God’s Kingdom in small, unnoticeable ways like the mustard seed?