Whole Life Whole Bible
Walk through the story of the whole Bible, and how it can shape your whole life, in 50 readings with teaching, in a book, email series, or YouVersion reading plan.
How well do you know God’s big story?
Where we spend most of our time – at home, at work, in the neighbourhood – matters to God and to his mission in and for the world. Far from restricting our faith to the ‘personal’ sphere, scripture shows how our lives are bound up with God’s plan to restore a broken universe. His unfolding story in the Bible forms our minds, fuels our imaginations and fashions our daily life.
This 50-day reading plan – in a book, email series, or YouVersion plan – walks you through the story of the whole Bible, and helps you reflect on how it shapes your whole life. The bite-size readings and real-life application questions help illuminate God’s plan to renew all areas of life. Written by Antony Billington, Helen Parry, and Margaret Killingray.
This is not a first telling for those who have never encountered it, but a retelling for believers who want to get to grips with the story in its entirety and consider its implications. Every reading may not have a ‘golden nugget’ of practical insight, rather the insights are found in gaining the big picture. We are called to whole-life discipleship: loving service to Christ that embraces every area of our lives. Whole Life, Whole Bible lays out the biblical basis for that comprehensive call and its implications. Whole-life discipleship is rooted in whole-Bible discipleship, shaped by our place in God’s unfolding story for us and for the world in which we live.
The Email Journey
If you’d like a little more accountability and prefer your devotionals digital (and free) sign up with us to receive an email with a reading and reflection each day for 50 days – the same reading and reflections as the book.
We are so thankful to BRF for allowing us to newly publish this resource through email and YouVersion.
Book and content originally published in the UK by BRF.
Whole Life Whole Bible: Journey through scripture in 50 readings
Text copyright © Antony Billington, Margaret Killingray, Helen Parry 2012
The authors assert the moral right to be identified as the authors of this work.