‘Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.’ Psalm 119:105
Christians believe that we can read the Bible to hear God’s voice, to get to know him more and to seek his guidance in our daily lives. At Denham Parish Church we encourage everyone to read the Bible – on their own and together with others.
Here are some resources to help you read and reflect on the Bible on your own:
You can listen to many of our Bible talks and Sunday sermons here. It includes a series of talks giving an overview of the big story of the whole bible (search for ‘bible’ or click on ‘bible overview’ in the tag cloud).
Daily Bible Reading notes
We partner with Bible Reading Fellowship (BRF) who produce a range of daily bible reading notes in a variety of formats, including mobile apps. Find out more… https://www.biblereadingnotes.org.uk
Contact us [hyperlink to our contact page] if you would you like to receive a free sample from us or join our list of regular subscribers.
HTB Bible in one year https://www.bibleinoneyear.org/
This is a website that guides you through the entire Bible in one year. It also includes daily reflections from Nicky and Pippa Gumbel from Holy Trinity Brompton (HTB). You can subscribe to a daily email or download a free app for mobile devices.
Youversion app of the Bible https://www.youversion.com/
The free youversion app is the entire bible on your phone. With daily bible reading plans and different translations. It includes audio versions of several bible translations – listening to the bible text can deepen our engagement and can be done ‘on the move’.
Here are some opportunities to read the bible with others:
Reading the bible together is an important part of our lifegroup meetings.
Many people find it helpful to read the bible one-to-one with another Christian. Contact us if you would like to find out more.