Bible Reading Plans

current Bible Reading Plans

2020 F-260 Reading Plan

In 2020 we are partnering with to bring you the F-260 reading plan. This plan is a two hundred and sixty day reading plan that highlights the foundational passages of Scripture that every disciple should know. It includes chapters for daily reading and suggested weekly verses for memorization. Yes, memorization! We know that seems daunting, but think about everything else we memorize: phone numbers, passwords, hashtags, more passwords. In the same way, practicing the habit of scripture memorization not only become easier, but unlocks our potential for walking in wisdom and discernment. Join us on this journey!

The F-260 Reading Plan also syncs with the YouVersion Bible app

Past Bible Reading Plans

2019 Church-wide NT Reading Plan

This plan is a spiritual return to the popular 2016 Bible Reading Plan which walked readers through the New Testament in a single year. As with the original plan, this is designed to guide readers through the twenty-seven books of the New Testament. The order varies from their biblical sequence in order to provide theologically rich pairings and spread the Gospels out so readers see Jesus throughout the year. The flexible reading schedule also offers built-in opportunities for additional reflection and deeper study.

2018 Summer Genesis Reading Plan

This specific three-month reading plan helped us stay ahead of the summer sermon series—Meet Your Maker—walking through the OT book of Genesis. This plan was designed to have you reading about creation, the flood, the tower of babel, and the patriarchs all BEFORE they were covered in the Sunday sermon. This allowed you to be engaged with the text first, come with questions, and ultimately meet God, your maker.

To get the most out of this reading plan, go back and listen to the 2018 sermon series Meet Your Maker here

2016 Church-Wide Reading Plan

This Bible Reading Plan was designed to take readers through the New Testament in a reader-friendly order. This plan allows for a flexible reading schedule consistent with life demands and built-in opportunities for additional reflection/celebration.

2012 Snack/Meal/Feast Plans

Developing the habit of reading God's Word is essential for growth. The Snack, Meal, Feast format gives you a choice of varying reading levels throughout the year: Snack (brief excerpts), Meal (NT extensive), and Feast (OT/NT extensive).

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