Recommended Bible reading plans
Read Scripture/The Bible Project: following the story of the Bible a few chapters each day, as well as one Psalm per day to pray through. Since it’s easy to get lost or overwhelmed, each day you come to a new biblical book, there is a short animated video on YouTube about its design and message and what to look for as you read.
Professor Grant Horner's Bible reading system: if you're looking for a good challenge, this read-through has you reading 10 chapters each day, one from each of the ten lists from different areas in Scripture. Check it out!
The Discipleship Journal Bible reading plan: by reading from four seperate places in the Scriptures every day, you should be able to better grasp the unity of the Scriptures, as well as enjoy the variety of four different viewpoints. This plan is scheduled for 25 days out of every month.
52 week Bible reading plan: this plan functions by week instead of by day, drawing a couple chapters each week from the following categories: Epistles, the Law, History, Psalms, Poetry, Prophecy, and the Gospels.
Below are links to some of our favorite blogsites. Check them out and you're sure to receive a word of encouragement and challenge.
by Julianna Lawson- "A few of my rambling thoughts along the way . . . . Would you care to join me? I'll put the kettle on."
Julianna is a gifted author, wife and mother of 4 delightful children. Julianna is considered "family" here at Harvest. She and husband Jamie live with their brood in Vancouver.
by Ron Frost
Ron is a supported missionary working with Barnabas Ministries in Portland. Ron is an inspired teacher, encouraging us all in Bible read through -- check out his site to get started.
TGC's blog features a community of voices who promote gospel-centered ministry for the next generation. They discuss the Bible, theology, church history, books, culture, and more so join in the conversation as they seek to glorify God in what we do and say.
As a church, we are supporting Sarah Deal in her ministry to missionary children in Tanzania and support for Bible translation. Click on the link above to check out her blog and stay updated on what she had been doing there!