Thanks to everyone who took the time to vote on our last poll! We asked about what your church was doing to mark the Christmas season, and if the results are any indication, a lot of you are having very full and exciting Christmases! Here’s how everything broke down:
What is your church doing this year to mark the Christmas season? (Check all that apply.)
Seasonal music programs (choir, caroling, etc.) (57%, 337 Votes)
A Christmas play, pageant, or other artistic performance (53%, 311 Votes)
A Christmas-related sermon series (50%, 293 Votes)
Special community volunteering, ministry, or outreach (39%, 230 Votes)
Extra worship or prayer services (34%, 202 Votes)
Advent candles (31%, 184 Votes)
Weekly Christmas-related Scripture readings throughout Advent (26%, 152 Votes)
Something else (10%, 60 Votes)
My church doesn’t do anything out of the ordinary during Christmas (9%, 53 Votes)
Total Voters: 587
In a few weeks the New Year will be upon us, which means it’s about time to start contemplating the possibility of a New Year’s resolution or two. One common resolution is to commit to a Bible Reading Plan. Whether you’re doing a full year read through, or maybe just the New Testament, all are worthy goals. So, what about you? Are you participating in a reading plan this year?
Are you participating in a Bible reading plan in 2012?
- Yes (83%, 779 Votes)
- No (17%, 157 Votes)
Total Voters: 938
If you’re interested in doing a Bible reading plan this year, consider using one of Bible Gateway’s reading plans. They’re restarting on January 1 and are a great way to get daily reminders and links to that day’s passage.
It’s a great time to start making—or continue making—God’s Word an integral part of every day. Head over to the newsletters page to sign up for free!
- New Poll: Which part of the Bible have you been reading the most lately?
- New Poll: Do You Regularly Meet with Someone to Discuss Your Spirituality?
- New Poll: Which Gospel Account Do You Connect with the Most?
- The Lent Bible reading plan starts today!
- New poll: how many different Bible versions do you read regularly?
Posted by Chris