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2013 Bible Reading Plans

The 2013 Bible reading guides are now available.

With a commitment of just five minutes a day, Monday through Friday, you can read the entire New Testament in one year.

By upping the commitment to 10 to 12 minutes a day, you can read the entire Old Testament in one year.

If these options seem like too much, we have some alternate monthly Bible reading plans as well.

Learn more about the Bible at A Bible A Day and check out our Bible reading plans.

Bible Reading Plans for 2012

I encourage you to make a “New Year’s Resolution” to methodically read your Bible in 2012.  Here are some reading plans to help aid you in that effort:

Read the New Testament in a year (only 3 to 4 minutes a day, Monday – Friday only)

Read the Old Testament in a year (about 10 to 12 minutes a day)

Read the Entire Bible in a year (about 12 to 15 minutes a day)

Monthly reading plans (only 3 to 4 minutes a day)

The least effective way to read the Bible is to start on page 1 and read straight through to the end.  The different sections, or “books,” of the Bible are grouped by category and not so much in chronological order, so a sequential reading does not make much sense.

If this is your first time reading the Bible, we recommend starting with the New Testament.  If that seems a bit overwhelming, check out the monthly reading plans.  (Save the Old Testament and entire Bible plans for later.)

Bible Reading Plans for 2011

The 2011 New Testament Reading Plan is now available. 

Read the New Testament in a year (only 3 to 4 minutes a day, Monday – Friday only)

Other reading plans to consider, include:

Read the Old Testament in a year (about 10 to 12 minutes a day)

Read the Entire Bible in a year (about 12 to 15 minutes a day)

Monthly reading plans (only 3 to 4 minutes a day)

The least effective way to read the Bible is to start on page 1 and read straight through to the end.  The different sections, or “books,” of the Bible are grouped by category more so than in chronological order, so a sequential reading is somewhat disconcerting.

If this is your first time reading the Bible, we recommend starting with the New Testament.  If that seems a bit overwhelming, check out the monthly reading plans.  (Save the Old Testament and entire Bible plans for later.)

Bible Reading Plans for 2010

The 2010 New Testament Reading Plan is now available. 

Read the New Testament in a year (only 3 to 4 minutes a day, Monday – Friday only)

Other reading plans to consider, include:

Read the Old Testament in a year (about 10 to 12 minutes a day)

Read the Entire Bible in a year (about 12 to 15 minutes a day)

Monthly reading plans (only 3 to 4 minutes a day)

Theleast effective way to read the Bible is to start on page 1 and readstraight through to the end.  The different sections, or “books,” ofthe Bible are grouped by category more so than in chronological order, soa sequential reading is somewhat disconcerting.

If this is yourfirst time reading the Bible, we recommend starting with the NewTestament.  If that seems a bit overwhelming, check out the monthlyreading plans.  (Save the Old Testament and entire Bible plans forlater.)