10 MINUTES A DAY

Reading the Bible for only 10 minutes a day could have an enormous impact on your life. Reading the Bible is like working out your spiritual muscles, and even a short workout, done consistently over time can make a huge difference.


WHERE DO I START?

Starting a new habit can be tough, so here are some reading plans to help you get started and stay committed to your daily reading.

JOHN - 21 DAYS

The book of John tells the story of Jesus' life, which is always a good place to start. This plan involves reading one chapter a day, and includes some questions at the end of each chapter to help you process what you read.

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5 DAYS IN JAMES

James was the brother of Jesus, and his book is one of the most practical books in the New Testament. This reading plan spends five days (one chapter a day) reading through the book, and provides some questions at the end of each day for you to reflect on.

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GENESIS - 30 DAYS

Genesis tells the beginning. You're probably familiar with some of the stories in this book such as those about Noah or Joseph. This plan will guide you through these intriguing stories of Genesis in 30 days.

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ACTS - 28 DAYS

The book of Acts tells the story of what happened after Jesus left earth: it's a story of the early church. Our friends at NewSpring Church have developed an excellent reading plan to help you work through the book.

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LONG-TERM READING PLANS

Keeping up with a long-term plan can be a challenge, but the reward is great. Below are two long-term reading plans that we hope have a huge impact in your life.

NEW TESTAMENT - 90 DAYS

This plan will guide you through the New Testament in 90 Days. Reading generally includes about three chapters a night.

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WHOLE BIBLE - 1 YEAR

This plan will guide you through the entire Bible in one year.

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GOT QUESTIONS?

Click here to view answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about reading and studying the Bible.