• Cape Coral
    • Fort Myers Central
    • Fort Myers Shores
    • Sarasota

Cape Coral Campus

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Service Times

Contemporary

Saturday | 5pm
Sunday | 10am, 11:30am

Traditional

Sunday | 8:30am

 

CHOOSE RECOVERY

Friday

6:45pm

Address

13 SE 21st Place
Cape Coral, FL 33990

Campus Pastor

Wes Olds

Fort Myers Central Campus

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Service Times

Contemporary

Sunday | 10am
Wednesday | 6:30pm

Breakfast Church

Sunday | 8:30am

Choose Recovery

Monday

6:45pm

 

Address

2415 Grand Ave
Fort Myers, FL 33901

Campus Pastor

Ed Horne

Fort Myers Shores Campus

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Service Times

Contemporary

Sunday | 10am

Traditional

Sunday | 8:30am

 

Wednesday Nights

Free Community Dinner

6pm

Children and Youth Programs

6:30pm

Adult Studies

6:30pm

Address

14036 Matanzas Drive
Fort Myers, FL 33905

Campus Pastor

Shari Lacey

Sarasota Campus

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Service Times

Sunday

9:41am

 

Contact

941.966.3306

Office Hours

Monday 10am-3pm
Tuesday 10am-3pm
Friday 10am-3pm

Address

8521 Vamo Road
Sarasota, FL 34231

Campus Pastor

Patti Nemazie

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Cape Coral Campus

13 SE 21st Place, Cape Coral, FL 33990, 239.574.7161

 

Fort Myers Shores Campus

14036 Matanzas Drive, Fort Myers, FL 33905, 239.694.2797

 

Fort Myers Central Campus

2415 Grand Avenue, Fort Myers, FL 33901, 239.334.3160

 

Sarasota Campus

8521 Vamo Road, Sarasota, FL 34231, 941.966.3306

UHS Class: One Word

Beginners, start here!

If you’re new to the Bible, this class is designed to help you learn the basics, so that you’ll be ready to move on without feeling overwhelmed. Over 90 days, you will read the first four books of the New Testament, which will help you learn about the story of Jesus. We call these four books the “Gospels,” and their names are Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. They each write about the life and teachings of Jesus from four different perspectives.

This reading plan assigns about one chapter or so per day, and most chapters in the Bible are only about 3-4 pages long. If you miss a day, no worries. Simply keep going where you left off. It takes about 30 days to form a habit, and with some patience you’ll get there. Here are some tips that have worked well for others:

  • Pick a consistent time and try to stick to it, so that it becomes part of your daily routine.
  • Many people like to start their mornings with the Bible, right after waking up, so that it sets a good tone for the rest of the day.
  • Check off the daily boxes on the bookmark (or make your own list) as you go; the visual progress will give you motivation to keep going.
 

Daily Journaling Plan

  1. Before you start reading, pray and ask God to give you one word while you read.
  2. Read slowly, without rushing. If you have time, read the chapter again a second time.
  3. As you read, circle, underline, or highlight words in your Bible that connect with you.
  4. Bible reading is not just about using the intellectual part of your mind; the Bible comes alive when you read it with your imagination and the creative part of your mind.
  5. When you finish reading, write down one word (or type it in your phone) that connected with you. Keep this word with you in your wallet, purse, or pocket, so that it’s with you throughout the day.
  6. End your time with God by saying a simple prayer for the day ahead.

 

When you complete the One Word class,
it’s time to move on to the next class!

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