Bible Reading Plans

Need some inspiration? Check out some of these plans

Whole Bible Plans

Robert Murray M'Cheyene Reading Plan

  • This plan is based on the M’Cheyne reading system, featuring four different readings. Each day has two passages from the Old Testament, one from the New Testament, and one from either the Psalms or the Gospels. In one year, you read the Old Testament once and the New Testament and Psalms twice.

Foundations 260 Whole Bible Plan

  • The F260 is a Bible reading plan that walks readers through 260 foundational passages over the course of a year. It’s designed for reading five days a week, giving readers weekends off (with time to catch up if you miss a day). The F260 also highlights memory verses each week to complement your reading as you journey through the Bible year-after-year.

Professor Horner's Bible Reading System

  • Prof. Horner’s Bible Reading System is meant to be an intense foray into every part of the Bible. This system will have you reading ten chapters each day if followed properly. The intent is to read quickly through each chapter, being careful not to “skim” or “dig-deep” into any single section.

New Testament Plans

5x5x5 New Testament Reading Plan

  • This plan comes from the Navigators - 5 minutes a day, 5 days a week to get through the New Testament

Foundations 260 NT Plan

  • The F260 NT is a Bible reading plan that walks readers through the entire New Testament over the course of a year. It’s designed for reading five days a week, giving readers weekends off (with time to catch up if you miss a day). The F260 NT also highlights memory verses each week to complement your reading as you journey through the New Testament year-after-year.

Partial Bible Plans

Psalms and Proverbs in 30 Days

  • This plan is designed to increase your worship and wisdom. You will read through the books of Psalms and Proverbs in one month. Each day you will read five Psalms and one Proverb coordinating with the date of the month. 

Four Gospels in a Month

Four Gospels in 45 Days

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