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We believe that God’s Word is what gives us life and gives life to the world (Genesis 1; 1 Peter 1:23-25). Therefore, we desire to sink our roots deep into the Scriptures in our worship gatherings, our homes, our discipleship groups, and in every aspect of our lives. 

We have created this Two-Year Bible Reading Plan to help you do that.

Each day contains a reading from the Old Testament, a reading from the Psalms or the Proverbs, and a reading from the New Testament. As you read from these various sections of the Bible, you will begin to see connections and gain a clearer picture of God’s beautiful Story of redemption. You will see how all of Scripture points to Jesus (Luke 24:44) and how we as his followers fit into the Story that he is writing.

Here are a few recommendations to help you get the most out of your reading:

read thoughtfully

Many Bible-reading programs are designed to get you through the entire Bible in one year. We have intentionally designed this program to last for two years so that you have time to think and reflect and apply what you are reading. Here are a few questions to ask yourself as you are studying each passage:

  • What does this passage say about God?

  • What does this passage say about me?

  • What does this passage say about Jesus?

  • How does this passage show me my sin?

  • What actions or attitudes do I need to change in order to line my life up with this passage?

  • How does this passage show me my need for Jesus?

  • How does this passage give me hope?

  • What else stands out to me?

  • What other questions do I need to explore in this passage?

read prayerfully

The point of Bible reading is not simply to learn more information. The goal is to know Jesus and to become like him. Don’t just rush through your Bible reading time. Listen to what God says to you in his Word and respond to him in prayer. Even if that means you are unable to finish all the Bible reading that was planned for that day, the most important thing is to encounter Jesus in the Scriptures.

read relationally

God’s Spirit uses God’s Word to make us like Jesus in the context of Christian community. While you will likely do most of your Bible reading on your own, it is helpful to have other people with whom to process and apply what you are reading. This might be a spouse, a family member, a friend, or your discipleship group. If you are interested in connecting to a discipleship group, reach out to Sarah Krzal (