Bible Reading Plans
During this difficult season of social distancing, economic upheaval, and panic about the COVID-19 pandemic, Joni shares her biblical perspective on suffering. Instead of fearfully huddling at home, Scripture shows us that the only true place to shelter is in the arms of our good and wise God, who remains our sovereign Savior. Drawing from the Beyond Suffering Bible, this reading plan will encourage you to focus on Jesus in troubled times. Download the Bible app to read Joni's Shelter in Place devotional.
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