Spend the next 21 days in the Gospel of John for a deeper, transformative experience with God!
“Abide in Me, and I in you.”
You were created to abide with God the way a branch dwells on a vine in a life-sustaining connection. The Bible is a means by which we encounter God, get to know Him, enjoy Him, and discover our purpose in life. Let God’s Word dwell (abide) in you.
Join the thousands of believers who have benefitted from this opportunity to transform your walk with God through Scripture.
If you’re like many people, the extent of the guidance you’ve received amounts to “just read your Bible and pray.” Too often, this inadequate approach causes floundering around and avoiding coming to the Bible, thinking that something is wrong with the Bible or with yourself.
Over the course of the series, you’ll discover how implementing long-established scripture engagement practices can help you experience, understand, and apply Scripture in a powerful new way.
Sign up for the 21 Days in John video series and change the way you read the whole Bible!
When you sign up, you’ll get:
- A daily email that will link to a roughly 15-minute devotional experience on a chapter of the beloved Gospel of John, hosted by Taylor University professor Dr. Phil Collins.
- A free pdf download of the Gospel of John from The Abide Bible to follow along.
This FREE daily devotion series was developed in conjunction with Bible Gateway and the Taylor University Center for Scripture Engagement.
We pray that this approach to Scripture will help open your spiritual eyes and ears to experience a more intimate, fruit-filled relationship with our heavenly Father.
What People Are Saying about 21 Days in John
“I spent numerous years reading the Bible, but I never used this method that will help to fully engage the Scriptures like this. I would sometimes get lost in what I was trying to study (kind of like getting lost in a forest without a compass). I truly am excited about going through the book of John and applying what I learned to any of the other books of the Bible.” – Elaine