2019 Church-Wide Bible Reading Plan

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Bible Reading Plan


We will be following the “The One Year® Bible” Reading Plan

About the One Year Bible Reading Plan
The benefit of the One Year Bible Reading Plan is that each day you read a passage from the Old Testament, a passage from the New Testament, one Psalm and one Proverb. This way you get doses of both Old Testament and New Testament. Sometimes when reading through the Bible, it can get a little tough in the Old Testament. Not only that, you eventually find yourself longing for Jesus and the gospel. But in traditional plans, you won’t get to the New Testament until towards the end of the plan. In this plan, you get both the Old Testament and the New Testament. Plus, you get one Psalm and one Proverb a day, which can be a great way to pray through Scripture.


The Plan (via YouVersion Bible App)


“The One Year® Bible” Reading Plan
Go to the Plan on YouVersion

Need to download the app on your phone, tablet, or computer? (Apple/Android/Windows Phone/Blackberry/Windows 8)
Download the app


The Plan (as a printout)


“The One Year® Bible” Reading Plan PDF
(Right Click, Save As) “The One Year® Bible” Reading Plan PDF

“The One Year® Bible” Reading Plan PDF (LARGER PRINT VERSION)
(Right Click, Save As) “The One Year® Bible” Reading Plan PDF (LARGER PRINT VERSION)


The Plan (on the web)


“The One Year® Bible” Reading Plan
Go to Today’s Reading


Bible Reading Tips


to be updated…


Bible Reading Resources


The Bible Project

Blue Letter Bible

Got Questions

more resources to be added…


Bible Reading Plan General FAQ


    1. Which version should I read?

You can read any version you want. However, we usually preach from the English Standard Version (ESV), so if you are able, read from the ESV.

    1. I missed a day. What do I do?

If you miss a day, week etc…, don’t worry. Just pick up with the current day’s reading. Don’t be stressed with having to catch up (unless you can!) . While the goal is to read through the Bible in a year, the bigger goal is to develop a habit of being in God’s word daily and to meditate on it.

    1. YouVersion Bible App: It’s past January 1 and I want to set up the plan

1) Join in one of our group plans that have been going since January 1. See above for links to join a group plan.
2) You can set up a private plan on the app and change the start date back to January 1 so that the current day’s reading is the correct reading. For information on how to do so, go here. Unfortunately, at the moment it is not possible to push a start date of a plan back on a group plan. If you want to take part in a group plan, please join in one of the existing group plans that other church members are already in.