There are two needed ways to study the Bible, and it’s important for us to engage in both types of study.

  1. The Bird’s Eye View – This is where we get a quick yet needed lay of the land. This “arial” view grants us the big picture of the Bible. The goal here to enjoy the book as a whole. It is NOT time to glean everything out of it that we can.
  2. The Bug’s Life – This is where we can dig in and dissect the parts, notice the details, and begin to process what it all means.

Reading plans are designed to provide us with The Bird’s Eye View. Both perspectives are needed over time, but it is important that we keep the goal of each in mind.

Many of you are already a part of the Bible Study Hub, a private group for those wanting extra accountability and encouragement to get (and STAY!) in the Word on a regular basis. I’ve been mapping out opportunities for BOTH of these ways to study the Bible. As one who tends towards The Bug’s Life, I’ve really enjoyed the addition of these smaller Bird’s Eye View reading plans to my study time.

Join 12 Days in Ephesians

I’m excited for this new study tool! The 12 Days in Ephesians reading plan is simple, flexible, and geared toward helping us get a quick overview study of the book of Ephesians.

  • WHAT: Reading through Ephesians (15 minutes a day pace)
  • WHEN: October 9-21 (Includes a day of CONTEXT)
  • WHERE: The Bible Study Hub Facebook group
  • HOW TO JOIN: Fill out this form!

Once you sign up and confirm your email, I’ll send you a welcome packet via email which includes:

  • 12 day reading plan through Ephesians
  • BONUS: Printable reading plan bookmark
  • BONUS: Free 4×6 Ephesians Scripture print
  • BONUS: Printable Journal Pages tailored for the Pauline Epistles with study options if you want to go deeper

 Are you in? Have you studied Ephesians before? What do you enjoy the most, The Bug’s Life or The Bird’s Eye view? Share with us in the comments!

3 replies
  1. Barbara Harris
    Barbara Harris says:

    Hello… I’ve signed up but have not received anything via email, for the Ephesians bible study starting on Monday.

    • Katie
      Katie says:

      Hi, Barbara. Sorry you are having trouble. Fill out the form at with your email, and I can look you up in my system.

  2. Charmaine
    Charmaine says:

    Hi Katie. I have signed up to joined the Ephesians study, but have not received the study as yet.


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