Are you ready for a challenge in the New Year? Is it your desire to spend more time in God’s Word? Do you wish you had resources to help?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’re in the right place!
For many of you, reading through the Bible in a year sits atop your list of goals, but you may not be sure how to tackle it. Where do you start (other than Genesis) and which reading plan do you follow?
The great news is, there’s no wrong answer! Whether you desire to read through from cover to cover, read chronologically, have someone read it to you, or tune into a topical podcast, the possibilities are endless and this goal is more achievable than you might think.
Did you know… you could finish the entire Bible by December 31 in as little as 12 minutes a day?
In 2023, we want to challenge as well as equip you to successfully reach your goals! Take a look at the following resources and see if there’s something here that can help you kick-start your Bible reading this year. (Some resources are free and some may have a fee/cost associated with them.)
If you are looking for a good plan or outline to keep you on track with your daily reading, check these out:
Bible listening resources
Maybe you have a long commute each day and carving out time to read is not feasible, or you would rather have someone read TO you. Perhaps one of these podcasts or audio resources works for you:
Pray.com Bible in a Year podcast, sponsored by Medi-Share (receive daily reminders/encouragement)
Resources for kids
What a great way to start a new year by getting your kids involved and loving to read about God! Here are some resources for them:
Bible study tools
If you’ve found your preferred method for diving into the Word, here are some study tools to help you along your journey:
There are so many more resources out there, but hopefully, these give you a great starting point as you start the New Year and dig into God’s Word in 2023. Bookmark this blog and come back for additional resources as well as a Medi-Share Bible Challenge coming soon!
Whether you grab a friend to spur each other on, gather for group study, or get reading on your own, use this opportunity to plant roots and create a renewed love for Scripture.
So, how do you Bible? Tell us in the comments and let’s encourage each other in word and prayer.