I shared this with my students last night and thought others might be interested as well. There are a lot of tools available to make reading the whole Bible very simple.
- BiblePlan.org – has the widest variety of plans and will email you the readings for the plan you choose every day. If you only go to one site, go to this one.
- One Year Bible Online has a facebook app and also has a blog that will give you commentary on every day’s readings (this is a very handy feature).
- Bible Gateway is the standard site for Bible stuff for most Christians I know. They have a variety of reading plans
, but a unique feature of their site is that they will start the Bible in 90 days on June 1st. That’s almost the exact length of summer break for most college students — and we had about a dozen students in our ministry do it last summer. If you’re looking for a way to make your summer fruitful, this might be the challenge you need.
- Bible.logos.com – is, in my estimation, the best site for reading lengthy passages. They also have Bible reading plans on their site (registration required).
If you don’t like sorting through a ton of options, just go sign up to get daily emails from the M’Cheyne plan in either the NIV or the NLT.
Hope these help you! awaken hgh