Feed reading plans take students through various lessons from our small group series for deeper personal reflection. These reading plans are designed to be used alongside our small group series, but can also be used as a standalone resource.
That family of God is the Church! Church is a physical place, but the Church is the people of God, expressing what it means to belong to Jesus, walk with Him, and share Him with the world. Following Jesus means taking your place in this forever family!
We tend to think of missions as something we do. Living out God’s mission goes beyond what we do, and it's a part of who God made us to be.
From the smallest wildflower to the most powerful waterfall, creation fills us with a sense of awe and beauty. Let's discover the purpose and value in all things and discover why we're wonderfully made.
God created us as whole people, our minds, bodies, and spirits woven together to form who we are. Yet, so often our practices of faith neglect our mental and emotional wellbeing. Discover what God’s Word has to say about the importance of caring for your mental health.
You’ve seen it and research has proven it: Gen Z is confused about moral and spiritual truth. This small group series will help you create an environment for your students to wrestle with important ethical questions about absolute truth.
Everybody desires to love and be loved, yet “love” is one of the most misunderstood topics in our culture. The narratives about this topic that the world offers are very different from the true image of love we see in God. Help your students unpack their assumptions and beliefs about love with this reading plan.
Do you ever wonder what it means to have a God-given calling or purpose? Do you think about how your daily work has the potential to honor God? God created us for work! We can contribute to the flourishing of creation by the work we do and the way we do it.
Social media is undeniably an influence in our lives and society. It has great potential to spread information and make change, but it also tends to mess with our sense of self and strain IRL communities. Explore what it looks like to faithfully follow Jesus on social media in this three-day devotional from Feed.
The God who made the world and everything in it is not going to abandon his creation to ruin. Instead, he has promised to remake the world that was broken and fill it with his loving presence. This 7-day reading plan takes students through questions relating to eternity and Jesus’s return.
Jesus did not only make a way for us to love God; he also made a way for us to love one another, to truly be the united and holy community God intended his people to be from the beginning. This 10-day reading plan takes students through questions relating to the Church as the body of Christ.
The Holy Spirit is the personal and empowering presence of God. If we belong to Jesus, the Holy Spirit makes his home in us. This 8-day reading plan takes students through questions relating to the Holy Spirit.
Grace is God’s undeserved favor towards us. It’s undeserved because we didn’t do anything to earn it. God sees us, he knows our sins, and yet he still loves us unconditionally. This 6-day reading plan takes students through questions relating to salvation.
Unlike other kings who set up their kingdom through violence and abuse of power, the gospels tell us that Jesus became king by dying. He took on the consequence of our sins, and he was raised from death three days later. This 7-day reading plan takes students through questions relating to Jesus’s death and resurrection.
Jesus was the Messiah no one expected, but perhaps the most unexpected thing about him was the fact that he was fully God and fully man. The God who made the world came to us and became human, but without sin, in order to save us. This 8-day reading plan takes students through questions relating to Jesus as the Messiah.
The Old Testament is God’s promise to set the world right again after the fall of humanity. This 9-day reading plan takes students through questions relating to Abraham, the Israelites, and God’s covenant.
It’s obvious that the world isn’t the way it’s supposed to be. Life feels a little off, and our world can feel broken. This 4-day reading plan takes students through questions relating to sin and brokenness.
The Bible is a story about God and his creation. This 9-day reading plan takes students through questions relating to who created them and why they were created.
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