There’s no better way to understand God and learn about him than to dig into His Word every day. Through the Bible we discover not only the great story of salvation and restoration in Christ, but the practical ways to live a life of trust and faith in God.
 

Our Recommended Bible Reading Plan

 

One Year Bible Reading Plan

 

What if I don’t start at the beginning of the year?
This reading plan is a one-year cycle. You can join in any time as the cycle starts over each year. If you start in June, you’ll end your read-through the following May. If you start in October, then you’ll go through September, and so forth.

What if I miss a day or two?
Don’t get discouraged! God’s Word never returns void! Lightning will not rain down from Heaven if you commit to read and then miss a day. Release yourself from guilt or the feeling that you have to “catch up” and just enjoy and study the Scripture for today, regardless of where you are in the process.

 

My Relationship With God

You can’t have a close relationship with someone you never talk to. It’s impossible. God’s word—the Bible—is the primary way He speaks to us. And it’s the absolute best way to discover how to follow Jesus on a daily basis. If you want to know more about God and His promises, reading the Bible is your next step.

 

Other Reading Plan Options…

Click on the links before if you would like to jump into a different reading plan.

Chronological                                     Read the Bible in the chronological order in which its stories and events occurred.

Beginning                                           Read the Bible from start to finish, from Genesis to Revelation.

Historical                                            Read the books of the Bible as they were written historically, according to the estimated date of their writing.

Bible in 90 Days                                 An intensive Bible reading plan that walks through the entire Bible in 90 days.

New Testament In A Year                  Read the New Testament from start to finish, from Matthew to Revelation.