If you’re looking for a consistent reading plan to help you journey through God’s Word, then let us help you. Here’s a suggested reading plan…
Click HERE for an online reading plan. It will take you to a page of assigned readings for each day. For 2021 we are challenging our group to read through the second half of the Old Testament, so look for the section marked “Old Testament II”. You can join in at any time.
NOTE: There are 2 sections from the Old Testament (OT1 & OT2), an option for Proverbs (online only), and a section for the New Testament (NT).
If you have questions about anything you read or would like other ideas of how to approach reading the Bible please let us know.
You can also print your own copy here: Bible Reading Calendar
(If you print two-sided with short-edge binding, it will print out as a booklet.)
As you read the Bible, consider the following questions:
1—What is it teaching about God/Jesus?
2—What is it teaching about mankind?
3—Does it reveal a command to be obeyed or a sin to avoid?
4—How am I personally challenged to change?
5—How am I personally encouraged to live in a more God-honoring way?
6—Are there truths that could be beneficial for others in my life?
7—Are there any verses that would be beneficial for me to memorize?
8—Is there anything I did not understand or are there questions I need to ask?