Reading the Bible on a consistent, regular basis is a key step in the life of a disciple. It's one thing to read the Bible to follow along with a sermon or to participate in a small group, but dependance upon God and obedience to God happens when we open the Bible without a sermon or without a group. That's why we have created these Bible reading plans to help you engage personally with Scripture.
The Life of Joseph
Take the Story of Joseph Bible challenge. Read Genesis 37 through 48 and unpack Joseph’s story and discover how to trust God always even when betrayed, falsely accused, and forgotten. Accept the challenge and you will know that no matter what you are going through right now, you can trust God to work for your good and the good of others.
The Bible in a Year
This plan takes you through the entire Bible with two readings each day: one from the Old Testament and one from the New Testament.
Things Jesus Never Said
If Jesus were on board with every idea His followers have staked His claim in, then He’d be one incredibly confused Son of God, always at odds with Himself and overly busy leading the charge for both sides of every debate. Thankfully, Jesus speaks for Himself. You can read His words in this new Bible reading plan.
New Year Bible Reading Plans
Start the New Year strong by using these Bible reading plans to grow your faith and to begin the habit of consistent Bible reading.
21 Days in John
Spend 21 days in the Gospel of John and discover how believing the right things about Jesus leads you to live the right way by following Him.
Spend 20 days in the Bible to discover how you can live intentionally by praying, growing in generosity, serving, and inviting.
Spend 20 days in the book of Ephesians to discover you are in Christ and how God has blessed you because of your relationship with Jesus.
Spend 20 days in the book of James and discover the practical instructions and commands that can lead you to live your life to honor God.
Spend 20 days in 1 and 2 Timothy to discover how you can live truth and serve others.
Spend 20 days in the book of Philippians and discover how to live joy that isn't situational or circumstantial but is based on your relationship with God.