Join Annie F. Downs as she guides you through a monthly reading of the Gospels - Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Because these books share the stories of Jesus’ life and ministry on earth, this show is a chance to get to know Jesus in new ways through the voice of your friend Annie and in just 3 chapters a day.
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Maybe the most simple podcast with the most profound results. Simple meaning…no flash or commentary. Scripture and prayer. That’s all. So thankful that this exists as a way to start my day!
Spending time in the Gospels every morning with Annie has added so much value to my mornings. I had been reading the Bible, then fell off my reading plan, but decided to give this a try. more
Nothing is better than to get into God’s word in the morning
She reads the Bible, then prays! Don’t add her opinions, her thoughts. She lets the Word and the Spirit do their work. I like that
My 17 year old daughter introduced this podcast to me. We love it! It’s exactly what we need, more scripture and less opinion. I love your prayer at the end too. Thank you
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