Bible Reading Plans

Bible Reading Plans

So many options, here are a few of our favorites.

LOGOS Bible Software

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Logos Basic is free Bible software that helps you discover life-changing biblical truths wherever you are. Study Scripture and consult commentaries, devotionals, Bible dictionaries, and more—all from your computer, tablet, or phone.

Full of great Bible reading plans!



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YouVersion creates biblically centered, culturally relevant experiences that encourage and challenge people to seek God throughout each day. It’s through these experiences they create opportunities fit for anyone’s daily routine, ultimately helping you form a spiritually-rich rhythm of seeking God intimately.

Worlds largest Bible Reading Platform App


Bible in One Year with Nicky Gumbel

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Nicky and Pippa first introduced the Bible in One Year commentary in 2011 as a daily email for HTB congregation members. It has since grown into an app with a worldwide following.

The latest app is now available with new editions:

1.     CLASSIC: Nicky and Pippa take you through the whole Bible, with daily readings, thoughts and prayers.

2.     EXPRESS: In a rush? The Express edition will take you just 10 minutes each day.

3.     YOUTH: A remix of the Express edition — for those between the ages of 13–18


One Year Bible Reading Plan

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The classic printable plan!

The One Year® Bible Reading Plan consists of passages from the Old Testament, New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs. This arrangement of Scripture brings variety and a fresh approach to each day’s reading, while providing a clear understanding of the Bible’s larger message.


Bible Project One Year Reading Plan

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Have you seen our videos yet? Are you looking for more? Either way, explore these videos by series, themes, biblical books, or just catch up on the latest!


5 Day Bible Reading Plan

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Check out this 5 day Bible reading plan that goes through the Bible in mainly chronological order, while making sure there are Old Testament and New Testament readings each day. It has readings spread over 5 days a week allowing for a few non-reading days each week.

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