“To be surrounded by people who are invested in what is going on with you, not just spiritually but also outside the walls of the church, that people can connect to the community or find new connections to the community they are in,” Andres said. “And I think the third one would be that people would go, ‘What am I supposed to do next?’ And, on a simpler level, we just want people to know the story. You can’t know the whole story even if you come to church every Sunday your whole life. It’s such an incredibly rich, life giving story and to read it from beginning to end and get the whole brand scope of it at one time, will be life changing in itself.”
Harker also invites members of the community to join McFarlin in The Bible in 90 Days by visiting the church’s website, mcfarlinumc.org.
“We believe reading this, at the end of it, we will be changed. I don’t think you can read the Bible and your life not be changed,” Harker said.