40 Days of Faith
This reading plan will take you from the Old Testament to the New Testament, recounting moments where God has shown his power and faithfulness to his people.
“Faith comes from hearing, and hearing through the word of Christ.”—Romans 10:17
The truths found in Scripture sustain and build great faith, no matter what our circumstances may be. Heroes of faith throughout history have shown us that when our eyes are focused on Christ, his gospel gives us peace and unshakable hope. He is the solid rock, our living water, our provider, and so much more.
This reading plan will take you from the Old Testament to the New Testament, recounting moments where God has shown his power and faithfulness to his people. Each day includes a passage, a faith confession to read out loud over yourself, and journaling lines for personal notes and prayer items.
The promises in the Bible are yours to hold on to. God wants to equip you with faith strong enough to overcome any obstacle and defeat any enemy. Allow the Holy Spirit to stretch your expectations of what he will do in these forty days. Let’s build great faith in our great God.
Cassandra Johnson works with the Every Nation global communications team as a storyteller and digital marketer. Before joining the communications team, she served as a campus missionary in Nashville, Tennessee, for four years. She studied English and Medicine, Health, and Society at Vanderbilt University. Cassandra and her dog, Ozzy, live in Nashville and are surrounded by houseplants.
Paul Barker is the Chief Operations Officer at the Nashville office of Every Nation. He has preached and trained pastors, leaders, and campus missionaries around the world for over forty years. Paul and his wife, Aleta, have four children, all actively involved in the ministry, and nine grandchildren. They recently celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary.
Carlos Antonio is the Director of Global Communications for Every Nation. He gave his life to Christ during a youth camp hosted by our Every Nation church in Manila, Philippines. He began volunteering on the college campus in Manila and served for several years as a full-time campus missionary in his alma mater, The University of the Philippines–Diliman. In 2003, he transitioned from the campus to work in the administrative office for Every Nation Philippines. He also served as one of the pastors for Victory’s Fort Bonifacio congregation. In 2016, Carlos and his family moved to Nashville, Tennessee, for his current role, and they are active members at their local Every Nation church, Bethel World Outreach Church, where he enjoys equipping new leaders on leadership, discipleship, and strategic communication.
Carlos is married to his college crush, Belle, and they have four beautiful girls.