What’s Next Devotional & Scripture Reading Guide: Introduction

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This Reading Guide has been designed for use during “What’s Next” Message Series                            South Ridge Church – March — April 2019

A Note from Pastor Justin:

In the New Testament, Paul writes a letter to some of the very first Christians in the ancient city of Corinth. Within this letter, three major themes are shared. These themes may be summarized by the phrases:

  • Embrace who you are
  • Embrace how to live
  • Embrace what’s next 

Throughout 2019, South Ridge Church has been taking an in depth look at Paul’s letter, taking the opportunity to study, “Who We Are,” and “How We Live,” as outlined in 1 Corinthians. Now, we’re going to take the opportunity to consider, “What’s Next?” 

This 4-week series will be a great opportunity for you to consider your role in the following: (1) What’s my role in partnering with SRC for future ministry? (2) What’s my role in ministering to others? (3) What’s my role in believing the message of Christ? And (4) What’s my role in passing on the message of Christ? 

It’s my hope that this Reading Guide will help you consider questions such as these, and that you will prayerfully consider how God can work within you and through you to accomplish His will. 

As we begin this new message series, we encourage you to:

  • Commit to joining us every week of this series.
  • Commit to reading through this Reading Guide, reflecting well on the questions provided within each daily reading.
  • Use a good Study Bible and/or other resources as you read through this Reading Guide. Some recommendations include the NLT Study Bible, the NIV Zondervan Study Bible, the ESV Study Bible, among others. Refer to https://southridgeblog.com/study-bible-info for more information on many excellent Study Bibles available today.
  • Write down questions you have about what you’re reading, and take opportunities to seek out answers to those questions. 

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