Reading Plans


Reading plans are a convenient way to stay motivated and on track as you read and study the Bible.

When Jesus spoke in parables, he expressed eternal spiritual truths using images of natural things relating to this world. In this figurative language, he impressed those truths more beautifully and affectingly on the minds of His hearers than He could have done in any other way.

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The prophet Joel wrote one of the shortest books in the Bible - just 3 chapters. But, they're good chapters!

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Here's a plan that will help you read all the way through the Bible in 365 days. It covers all the books of the mainstream Protestant Bible.

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This book, written by the great prophet Daniel during his life in Babylon, is packed with stories that are packed with meaning. If you pair these with the commentary by Rev. Andy Dibb, there's a lot here to learn and use.

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What does the Bible say about salvation? Here's a reading plan that touches on the key passages.

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In New Christian theology, there's a focus on the books of the Bible that have an inner meaning. Of the 7 major Christian Bible canons, it's the shortest. This reading plan gets you through it in just 9 months.

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Read through the book of Genesis in 10 steps - a pace of 5 chapters per day. Each chapter is only a page or two long, if you were reading in a book, so it's not THAT much text.

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