The Gospel Coalition launches the For the Love of God blog—a digital daily devotional by D.A. Carson that works through the Bible according to the M’Cheyne plan. So, for example, on January 1 you’d read
Genesis 1; Matthew 1; Ezra 1; Acts 1, and Carson offers commentary on Genesis 1.

The Journey Church in St. Louis has launched their Engage Scripture site, which includes weekly video summaries and their reading plan.

Bob Kauflin blogs about his experience of reading through the ESV Study Bible in a year, and offers some advice.

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10 thoughts on “More Bible Reading Resources”

  1. James says:

    Hi Justin. I’m grateful for all of these efforts to get people into the Bible. Have you ever heard of the Mastersline reading calendar/plan? It does the OT once, the NT and Psalms twice, and Proverbs 12 times. We’re trying it out and, if our non-tech-savvy congregation can get over the learning curve, trying to work through it together at http://heb412.us. God grant that this would be the year of the Bible in our lives.

  2. I loved the 2009 Bible Memorization ESV Plan you posted last year, is there a new one for 2010?

  3. Check out the daily audio Bible on iTunes so you can download the daily Bible reading to your iPod or iPhone or whatever mp3 device you have. I have been doing it since 2006 and it is a great way to wake up every morning listening to the Word being read. Brian Hardin is the host and it is very professional in it’s production. Check it out!

  4. Echoing the comment above…

    I ALSO loved the 2009 Bible Memorization ESV Plan you posted last year, is there a new one for 2010?

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