Happy New Year, 2|42!
I am thrilled to hear that so many of you want to read the Bible with me… well,
us, collectively in 2024. 

Here’s the deal though: It can feel harder than it seems because other things will try and pull for your attention. But this commitment isn’t just to know more about God—it’s to know the heart of God through daily reading His word. 

I promise it will be worth it. He is worth it.  

Here’s how to make sure you’re following along with us all year: Open your 2|42 app (make sure to download it, if you haven’t already), go to the Bible tab, then select Plan. That plan is the same one on YouVersion in case you have already started it that way. Each day after reading, I challenge you to journal a one-sentence response to the following three questions. Only one sentence. It forces you to stay concise and get to the point of what God has shared with you. 

  1. What does this tell me about God? 
  2. What does this tell me about me?
  3. What am I going to do about this?

After you’ve spent time alone with God in His word, I encourage you to engage with others, maybe people you don’t know, in the comments on the blog that I’ll be posting each week. Together, we’ll grow closer to God in 2024. 

I have been and will continue to pray for you as we go on this year-long adventure together. Thank you for joining me in the next step of reading God’s word. 

 

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About the Author: Tony Johnson
Tony Johnson is the lead pastor of 2|42 Community Church where he is helping people take next steps with God. Prior to his time at 2|42, Tony served for 15 years in various capacities within the Methodist denomination. He has degrees in broadcasting and marketing from Vincennes University and Ball State University, and he’s also a graduate of Asbury Theological Seminary. Tony is passionate about helping people discover and embrace their God-given purpose and potential. In his spare time, you can find Tony cheering on the Miami Dolphins or camping and fishing with his family.

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