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The Story – The Bible in 31 Weeks
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North Park Community Church

In a very real sense, storytelling is what connects us to each other and our humanity. It is what links us to our past, and provides a bridge into our future. From the beginning, human beings have told stories. Even before the written word or oral language, stories have helped shaped our existence. Things happen to us and our unique perspectives dictate how a story is relayed.

But our own individual stories do not exist in isolation. We are part of a bigger story. God’s Story. That is what the Bible is all about. It outlines God’s unfolding love affair with His creation, humanity and the extreme measures He takes to rescue lost and hurting people.

This ministry year 2017-2018, marks a significant milestone for North Park. For the first time, they will undertake to present the story of the entire Bible in their weekend services over 31 weeks. They are also excited to provided parallel teaching in the children, youth, young adult and adult programs. In other words, the entire church community will be tracking and learning the same topics each week for the duration of this journey. The key resource they will be using as a church is entitled, The Story.



The Story, is the narrative of the Bible condensed into 31 chapters. Easy to read and understand, The Story whisks you into the unfolding progression of the Bible, introducing you to biblical characters and significant events from Genesis through to Revelation. It allows the stories, poems and teachings of the Bible to be read like a novel. And like any good piece of literature, The Story is filled with intrigue, mystery, drama, conflict, romance, love and redemption. The one important distinction of this story however, is that it is true.

The Story tells the grandest, most compelling saga of all of history. It is the story of the one true God, and how He so loved His children, that He established for them a way of salvation and provided a pathway for all eternity with Him. Throughout the pages of The Story, the character and grace of God is revealed. He is the one who speaks; He is the one who acts; He is the one who listens and He is the one who gave His son, Jesus to save humanity from their sins.

Click HERE for more details on this epic adventure. You may even want to prayerfully consider inviting a friend who has never heard this story. While the 31 sessions of “the Story” began in September, you can catch up on missed sessions by clicking HERE. It may just be a life changing experience for everybody.

You can also get more information about “The Story” by connecting with the team at North Park Community Church by phone 519-457-1400 or by email admin@northpark.ca .

North Park Community Church
1510 Fanshawe Park Road E. London
northpark.ca