Bible Reading Plans

Bible Reading Plans for 2022

Join us as we read God’s word together in 2022. Below are two reading plans. We will begin our reading plans on January 1, 2022, but feel free to jump in with us at any time!

Read Through The  Entire Bible

Our year plan this year is known as the Bible Eater plan. The schedule has you reading from the Old Testament and New Testament each day. Each month you will have four days off, and some of the days will highlight Redemptive History. There are a few times during the year where you will be encouraged to read one book of the bible in one setting.

Read the New Testament & Psalms

This plan is taken from Replicate Ministries, known as their NT260 plan. Each week you will read five chapters, and Grace also added the book of Psalms. You will end up reading through the New Testament once and the Psalms twice.

Memorizing Scripture in 2022

This year, Grace will be immersing ourselves in the Sermon on the Mount, found in Matthew 5-7.

If you would like more information on memorizing scripture, you can access a recording of our Bible Memory Workshop here.

Resources for Reading the Bible

  • God’s Big Picture by Vaughan Roberts
    In this excellent overview, Roberts gives you the big picture – showing how the different parts of the Bible fit together under the theme of the Kingdom of God.
  • Biblical Theology by Nick Roark & Robert Cline
    This book explains basic principles for reading the Bible which help to teach the big picture story from every text. Understanding the Bible in Christ-centered terms shapes the church’s teaching and missions, and protects the truth of the gospel around the world.
  • Family Worship Bible Guide by Joel Beeke
    This resource is wonderful to have alongside your morning devotion. There is a brief summary of every chapter of the Bible, and some reflection questions to consider. The title makes one think it is only for family worship, but it would be perfect for any individual reading through the Bible.
  • Keystones by Thomas Chalmers
    A method developed to help one read through a book of the Bible in a comprehensive way. Currently there are resources developed for the New Testament.