The new Project 73 (edition 3) has now begun, and you can jump in anytime. Download the app for your iPhone today (Android coming soon), or in pdf format, using the links below. You can also follow Project 73 via Instagram at www.instagram.com/thereddoorcc.
Life moves pretty fast and we can find ourselves sacrificing the important on the altar of the urgent. The constant sensory input from all sides is increasingly addictive - we become used to being entertained and diverted, and it is difficult to carve out the space and silence necessary for serious and thoughtful reading of Scripture, (Proverbs 7:3). The regular input of scripture has always been a somewhat challenging enterprise for those who are followers of Jesus.
This edition of Project 73 is a modification of a bible reading plan first developed a century-and-a-half ago by a Scottish minister, Robert Murray M’Cheyne. You can use this guide for your personal time of devotion, or use it with your family and children or both.Any project worth doing takes time, many weeks in fact, seventy three of them. In committing to Project 73 always keep in mind though that the end is not to just read Gods word, but to personally know the God of the word through His Son, Jesus Christ.
What do you believe about the core doctrines (the foundational truths) of the Christian faith? That is to say, what do you believe about such things as who is God, who is Jesus, who is the Holy Spirit, what is prayer, why the Church, or what is the Bible? How can you be sure that what you believe about these things is true? Why is it even important that your belief about such things be true and right?
In 1 Timothy 4:16 Paul tells his disciple Timothy to watch his life and doctrine closely and that if he does both Timothy and those who hear him will experience salvation. What he is saying here, not just to Timothy but also to all believers, is that what you believe about God will profoundly affect how you, and those around you, will experience the saving gospel of Jesus Christ. The gospel sets us free but our capacity to experience this freedom is directly related to what we believe. Likewise, our capacity to share the gospel and the freedom of salvation with others is also directly related to what we believe. Bottom line…what we believe matters big time!!!
And that’s where Basic comes in. Basic covers, the core, key, indispensible truths of Christianity - the course is named Basic not because it is simple but because what we cover each week is deeply foundational to our faith. Over the 7 weeks of Basic, through teaching, discussion, questions and prayer your knowledge of God and what it means to be a Christian will profoundly deepen and subsequently so will your understanding and your experience of the saving gospel of Jesus Christ. And my friends is just flat out brilliant. Who wouldn’t want some of that?
For more information call Barbara on 08 9414 9638. Basic run Monday nights at 7pm and Thursday morning at 9.30am