Bible reading plans

So often we don't think we have time to read the Bible, 

and we don't know where to start!

Below you will find a list of Bible reading plans and a link to a graphic about

how long it takes to read each book of the Bible.  We hope this helps!

  • You Have More Time for Bible Reading than You Think

    This study shows how long it takes to read each book of the Bible on average.  Great place to start when trying to read your Bible!


    Four daily readings, but only 25 days each month — which leaves some margin for missing here and there when life gets busy.  This plan gives five catch up days every month.

  • M'Cheyne PLAN

    The plan has readings for every day of the year and will take you once through the Old Testament and twice through the Psalms and the New Testament.

  • the kingdom plan

    This plan gives three reading plans per day for the Old Testament and one for the New. The Old Testament readings follow the arrangement of the Hebrew Bible, with one reading coming from each portion per day. Only 25 readings are slated per month and can be started at any time of the year.

  • For shirkers and slackers

    For those who’ve tried other plans and stalled out again and again. This plan assigns certain genres to certain days of the week and breaks biblical books into sections.  Meant to be taken piece by piece, and with an easy form to fill out as you go!