Whether for the first time or the thousandth time, spending time in God’s Word reveals who He is and who He made us to be. The plans below are intended to give you options for a starting place in reading the Bible. Read more below about the different plans you can get started with today!
The Bible Recap “Chronological” reading plan follows the story of Scripture as the events occurred. This one-year plan corresponds to The Bible Recap podcast (available wherever you listen to podcasts).
This plan is based on the M’Cheyne reading system, featuring four different readings for use in both family and personal devotions. Each day has two passages from the Old Testament, one from the New Testament, and one from either the Psalms or the Gospels. In one year, you read the Old Testament once and the New Testament and Psalms twice.
The Old Testament is full of amazing and familiar stories, but you might wonder if they are still relevant for your life today. In this five-day reading plan, Dr. Tony Evans will help you connect the Old Testament to Scripture’s big story about God, His kingdom, and humanity, and how the Old Testament Scriptures still have power and meaning for your daily life.
Shane & Shane’s Psalms 2 album is a journey through the Psalms that finds Jesus right in the midst. The Psalms, like an old friend, looks us in the eye and reminds us about what matters most. This 12-day reading plan will help you deepen your understanding of one the richest places in scripture.
Crash Course in the Apostle Paul | by the BibleProject
Plan duration: 10 days
In this ten-day plan, you’ll be introduced to four short epistles by the apostle Paul. In Galatians, Paul addresses the idea of whether Gentiles need to observe the Torah. In Ephesians, he shows how the Gospel brings reconciliation between God and one another. In Philippians, he encourages believers with the example of Jesus’ self-giving love, and in Thessalonians, Paul encourages persecuted Christians with hope in king Jesus.
Scripture records many people coming face to face with Jesus, each of them responding to these life-altering meetings in a variety of ways. This 10-day study will give you greater insight into the character of Christ through His encounters with different men and women.
The Bible Recap: New Testament reading plan follows the story of Scripture as the events occurred. This 3 Month plan corresponds to The Bible Recap podcast (available wherever you listen to podcasts), beginning with Day 274.