Bible Reading Plans


60 Day Overview Plan

Read the whole Bible in just 60 days. This plan doesn’t just give you the reading for the day, but also gives you the topic of what you’re reading.


61 Day Chronological Plan

Would you like to read through the key stories of the Bible in chronological order, tracing the development of God's plan from Adam and Eve to the church of the New Testament? This reading plan introduces you to the major people and events of the Bible in chronological order, beginning with Creation, moving through the birth and history of the Israel nation, and ending with Revelation's prophetic words. It's all broken down into 61 easily-readable segments.


90 Day Xtreme Bible Reading Plan

A reading plan that will take you on an Xtreme journey through the Bible in 90 days. In around 30 minutes per day let God's Word inspire and transform your life.


Six Month Plan

Who could ever read the entire Bible? You can! This 6-month reading plan will take you through the entire Bible, in as little as 25-minutes per day.


52 Week Plan

Read through the whole Bible in one year. Each week, you will cover one or more chapters out of each major area of the Bible. By switching areas daily, you don't get bogged down several days or weeks on an area that you might not currently find as interesting.


52 Week Chronological Plan

In 1 year read through the Bible. This plan is easy to use on a daily basis, and it helps the reader move through the Bible in a systematic, chronological way.


52 Week M’Cheyne Plan

The 19th Century Scottish minister, Robert Murray M'Cheyne, (sometimes spelled McCheyne) who lived from 1813-1843, prepared a plan for Bible reading to take readers through the New Testament and Psalms twice a year, and through the rest of the Bible once each year.


Professor Grant Horner's Bible-Reading System

Each day you will read one chapter from each of ten lists.  That’s right -- ten chapters per day!!! Use ten bookmarks or sticky notes with the individual lists on them to keep track of your locations. Or use the set of bookmarks provided on the last page of this document.
On day one, you read Ma hew 1, Genesis 1, Romans 1, and so forth. On day 2, read Ma thew 2, Genesis 2, etc. On day 29, you will have just finished Mat hew, so go to Mark 1 on the Gospel list; you’ll also be almost to the end of 2nd Corinthians and Proverbs, you’ll be reading Psalm 29 and Genesis 29, and so forth. When you reach the last chapter of the last book in a list – start over again. Rotate all the way through all the Scriptures constantly.


Three Year Plan

Track 3 takes you completely through the Bible, reading every word. Other Bible-reading plans allot only a year for this project, requiring that at least 3 chapters be read each day. But many readers find such a pace to be unrealistic and discouraging. For this reason, Track 3 assigns only one chapter a day. (Some short chapters have been combined, so occasionally you will read two brief chapters in a day.) In all, the reading plan works out evenly to a three-year total.

The Track 3 plan alternates between the Old Testament and New Testament. This mixing provides variety and reduces the fatigue that may set in from reading long sections of the Old Testament.