The Bible is the story of God.
It has a beginning, a middle and an end with twists and turns like every good story. The idea of reading it can seem like a daunting task. Where do you begin? How do you make sense of it?
The videos below will give you an overview of the Bible and make it a little easier to read and understand.
Check out the Bible reading plans below.
Would you like to read the Bible on your phone, tablet or computer? The YouVersion Bible is a great resource.
Bible Reading Plans
Find the right Bible reading plan for you.
Whether you've never really read the Bible or are an advanced Bible scholar, there are a variety of Bible reading plans. Feel free to print the plans off below as a guide.
If you'd like help finding the right plan, contact Swetha at 513-671-0422 Ext. 305, email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the Welcome Center.
New Testament In A Year: 5x5x5
Great for Beginners
If you are new to the Bible and don’t know where to start, this is a great plan.
You invest 5 minutes a day, 5 times a week, and reflect on 5 questions to help you meditate on the reading. Let’s get started!
5x5x5 reading plan
One Book At A Time
At Your Own Pace
If you want to read the Bible at your own pace, this plan is for you. Maybe start by reading a few of the shorter books first. Successfully completing a couple of books can build your momentum towards establishing the habit of regular Bible reading.
You can read through the Bible without feeling discouraged when you miss a day or feeling overwhelmed by the pressure of a timeline.
Navigators Book At A Time
Read The Bible In A Year
Features Helpful Videos
This reading plan will help you read through the whole Bible in a year. There are videos that explain the context for each book and complex themes through the Bible for a deeper understanding.
You read the portion for the day and click on the video links next to that portion for further study.
Bible In A Year
(Average of 3 minutes 45 seconds)
Project 3:45+ is an extended version of the New Testament reading plan, Project 3:45. The “Plus” adds a Psalm or Proverb per day (including weekends) and selected readings from the Old Testament five days per week. The beauty of a Bible reading plan is that all the guesswork is removed and there is always a place to start and a sense of direction. For those that really want to add more to their devotional reading time Project 3:45+ offers great options. See past printed Project 3:45 plans by scrolling down.
You can access the electronic version of Project 3:45+ (for 2023) here and click "Start This Plan."
Project 3:45+ (2023)