Bible reading plans

tools to help you read the Bible

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At Faith Church, we believe that daily reading and study of scripture is one way we grow in our relationship with God. We know that developing the habit of reading scripture can be a challenge, and sometimes Bible passages can be hard to understand. Here are some resources to help you grow in this daily rhythm.


YouVersion

Life Church's YouVersion has many, many Bible reading plans available. You can choose a plan to read through the whole Bible, or a particular section of it. There are plans for specific topics or feelings, as well as video and audio reading and reflection plans. There are plans for kids and teens, too, and a lot more.


You can see all the plans (there's a bunch!) by clicking the button below.

Five-Day Reading Plan

This is the plan mentioned by Pastor Andy in a recent sermon. The Five Day Bible Reading Schedule was created by a husband-and-wife team so that if you skip a day or have a day off, you can still read through the Bible in a year.


The plan can be downloaded as a PDF and printed, double-sided, on an 8.5" x 11" piece of paper that's easy to read and share with others. Click the button below to learn more and get the plan.

Navigators

The Navigators organization has three Bible reading plans avaiable.


The Discipleship Journal Bible plan is a flexible, through-the-Bible-in-one-year plan that be started at any time; the Book At A Time plan includes daily readings from either Old or New Testament plus a reading from Isaiah or the wisdom literature. Both plans include "extra days" in each month for additional reflection or to catch up.


The 5 x 5 x 5 plan is a good one for developing a new Bible reading habit. You read for 5 minutes a day, 5 days a week, and choose one of 5 ways to dig deeper into each passage. This plan covers the New Testament.


Click the button below to see all three plans.