Bible Reading Plan

We invite you to join us in reading through the entire Bible together.  We're not trying to complete it in a limited time frame like a month or a year; but rather, we want to create a habit (or discipline) of getting to know God's heart through what He's told us about Himself. 

This year, we are doing something a little different.  Instead of just reading through a chapter or two a day, we want to slow down and help Scripture remain with us, and allow the Holy Spirit to speak to us from it, more clearly throughout the day and week.  We will continue reading through the Psalms on the weekends; but during the week, we encourage you to not only read the passage, but write it down as well.  The act of writing will help you think about each word, and will help you remember the verses longer.  Questions and cross-references will be available in the weekly bulletin, which can be downloaded from the Sermons page.

When reading, ask yourself the following questions:

  • What does it say about God?
  • What does it say to/about me?
  • What can I learn from this reading?

Download a PDF of the 2020 Psalms and Luke reading and writing plan.

Download a PDF of the 2020 Psalms and Hosea reading plan.

Download a PDF of the 2020 Amos reading plan.

November 15-21

  • Sunday: Psalm 119:25-48
  • Monday: Amos 5:1-17
  • Tuesday: Amos 5:18-27
  • Wednesday: Amos 6
  • Thursday: Amos 7
  • Friday: Amos 8
  • Saturday: Psalm 119:49-72

November 22-28

  • Sunday: Psalm 119:73-88
  • Monday: Amos 9:1-10
  • Tuesday: Amos 9:11-15
  • Wednesday: Obadiah 1-14
  • Thursday: Obadiah 15-21
  • Friday: Psalm 119:89-112
  • Saturday: Psalm 119:113-144

November 29 - December 5

  • Sunday: Psalm 119:145-160
  • Monday: Jonah 1:1-16; 2 Kings 14:23-27
  • Tuesday: Jonah 1:17-2:10
  • Wednesday: Jonah 3
  • Thursday: Jonah 4
  • Friday: Psalm 119:161-176
  • Saturday: Psalm 112 & 113