Bible Study

Read for Life: One Year Thematic Bible Study Plan - This is a tool for those who have have basic familiarity with most of the Bible. It explores the entire Bible using 365 themes. Perfect for a year-long Bible-reading goal or topical study. Pray as you study and let God guide your understanding and application of each theme and Biblical selection. Also here.

Read for Life: One Year Thematic Bible Study Plan – Large Print Also here.

Five Elements of Prayer

Use a helpful mnemonic device to remember five concepts to keep your prayer life focused and fulfilling.  Five Elements of Prayer.

Find inspiration in these favorite prayers.

Morning Messages

No Testing Zone – Shorter College Honors Convocation.  North Little Rock, Arkansas.

How to Reach the Masses - Lay Ministry morning message at Reed Memorial CME Church, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Walk in the Light - Missionary Sunday morning message at St. Andrew AME Church, Little Rock, Arkansas. Also here.

A charge to keep I have - Founders Day morning message at St. Andrew AME Church, Little Rock, Arkansas. Also here.

Think Globally, Act Locally, Pray Ceaselessly - Missionary Sunday morning message at Bethel AME Church, North Little Rock, Arkansas. Also here.

Finding Freedom through Faith - Women’s Day morning message at Summerhill AME Church, Rome, Georgia.


About Read for Life
Read for Life is a series of study aids for the Bible that encourage active learning and prayerful reflection. The three crosses in the symbol remind us of Christ’s sacrifice and God loves all of us, sinners and saints alike. The Gye Nyame symbol from the Akan people of Ghana sits below the center cross. This Andinkra symbol means “except God” and reminds us of the complete supremacy of God. These symbols are surrounded by a heart shaped cardioid (rho=1-sin theta), reminding us that God is love (1 John 4:16).

I created the Read for Life study aid as a tool for my own deeper, reflective Bible Study and I hope it will be at least as useful for your walk with God as it has been for mine.

About Karama Neal

I am ordained through the Universal Life Church which has two primary tenants:

  1. Do only that which is right.
  2. Every individual is free to practice their religion however they like as long as their actions do not impinge upon the rights or freedoms of others and are in accordance with the law.

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