90 for 90 Challenge


READ & reflect- 30 minutes

For the next 90 days, you are committing to giving 30 minutes a day to read the outlined scriptures and then reflect on what you read. We will read the 4 gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke & John) and also the first 90 chapters of Psalms. You will read one chapter in the gospels and one chapter in psalms each day. This is the minimum commitment we are asking you to fulfill. After you have completed the reading, reflect/ meditate on what you read. Write a paragraph of reflection in your tablet of what the Lord revealed to you or what you have questions about. 

Reading Plan:

_____ January 10th - 16th: Matthew 1-7 & Psalm 1 - 7
_____ January 17th - 23rd: Matthew 8-14 & Psalm 8 - 14
_____ January 24th - 30th: Matthew 15-21 & Psalm 15 - 21
_____ Jan. 31st - Feb. 6th: Matthew 22-28 & Psalm 22 - 28
_____ Feb. 7th - 13th: Mark 1 - 7 & Psalm 29 - 35
_____ Feb. 14th - 20th: Mark 8 - 14 & Psalm 36 - 42
_____ Feb. 21st - 27th: Mark 15 - Luke 5 & Psalm 43 - 49
_____ Feb. 28th - March 6th: Luke 6 - 12 & Psalm 50 - 56
_____ March 7th - March 13th: Luke 13 - 18 & Psalm 57 - 63
_____ March 14th - March 20th: Luke 19 - John 1 & Psalms 64 - 70
_____ March 21st - March 27th: John 2 - 8 & Psalms 71 - 77
_____ March 28th - April 3rd: John 9 - 15 & Psalm 78 - 84
_____ April 4th - April 9th: John 16 - 21 & Psalm 85 - 90

Commit to an accountability partner through this time. You will connect with this person over phone or in person outside of church once a week. This will be a time to reflect together, encourage each other and pray for one another.

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For the next 90 days, you are committing to giving 30 minutes a day to prayer and worship. Here is a outlined prayer guide that can be a starting point for you each day. Feel free to add more to your list. Thanksgiving and praise are the best way to enter a time of prayer. So turn on some worship music, or download the worship playlist we have created for you to play during this time.   

Worship Playlist

Start your prayer time with:
The Lords Prayer: Matthew 6:9 -13
Our Father in heaven, Hallowed be Your name. Your kingdom come. Your will be done On earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, As we forgive our debtors. And do not lead us into temptation, But deliver us from the evil one. For Yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen.

Prayer guide:
God I ask you to lead me this day as I begin this time of prayer.
Lord Jesus I pray that you would help me to fulfill your will in my life today.
Holy Spirit lead me in all I do and say, that my life would reflect who Jesus is in me.
As I walk out my day or finish my day I am asking you to speak to me, teach me and open my eyes to what can be changed in me. Give me the strength and courage I need to address these things you bring to my attention.
Thank you Heavenly father for family and loved ones (by name).
Thank you for healing power, restoration, salvation and redemption in their lives.
God I pray for the region you have placed me in. Let me be a light to those around me.
I lift up my neighbors and co-workers to you today.
I pray for our nation, and our government officials that they would be influenced by the power of God and not the spirit of this world.
Heavenly father we pray for the salvation of Israel. May you awaken them in this hour.

Lord I pray for my church, the pastors, the leaders and the staff. I pray that you would strengthen them, direct them, impart vision and cover them each and every day.
Thank you Lord for saving me and restoring me. I am a living breathing child of God that you have placed on the earth for such a time as this. Cover me with the power of the blood today.

Finish with: The Prayer of Jabez: 1 Chronicles 4:10 (make this personal, your declaration)
And Jabez called on the God of Israel saying, “Oh, that You would bless me indeed, and enlarge my territory, that Your hand would be with me, and that You would keep me from evil, that I may not cause pain!” So God granted him what he requested.

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For the next 90 days we are committing to a minimum of 30 minutes of bodily exercise.

We are body soul and spirit. We are 3 part beings. The bible does state that bodily exercise profits little but it also states that our bodies are the temple. We must care for our bodies. We recognize that we will not live forever and we can't escape the curse of sin. Our role is to steward our bodies and take care of them to the best of our ability so that we can function and fulfill our God given purpose.

This can be done while praying and worshiping. The goal is to be intentional with forcing yourself to do something physical every day. It may be a trip to the gym, a walking trail, a bike ride, grabbing miscellaneous things around the house and doing movements with them. The goal is to push yourself to do things maybe you haven't been doing within your physical abilities.

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