The 2020 Bible reading plan is now available. Click here to sign up for the monthly email. If you were a part of the 2019 plan, there’s no need to sign up again, you’ll automatically be added to the 2020 one. The reading plan is designed to read a chapter a day through a variety of books and sections of the Bible. If you sign up, Pastor Eddie will write and send you introductions or summaries for each book or major section of the books we are reading.


The main feature of the 2020 reading plan is it reads through the historical narrative of the Old Testament beginning with Joseph (Genesis 37) and ending with the division between the northern tribes and the southern tribes of Israel (I Kings 14). In addition to reading much of the historical story line of the OT, we will read a diversity of other books and sections from God’s Word. All four gospels, the book of Acts, three minor prophets, four NT letters, several Psalms, the Song of Songs and a few other timely chapters of the Bible are a part of the plan.


One other feature of the 2020 Reading Plan is in November, as we prepare for the 2020 national election, a few readings have been chosen to remind us of a Kingdom perspective during the first seven days of November.


January – Mark 1-16 • Genesis 37-50
February – Exodus 1-20; 31-34, 40 • Colossians 1-4
March – Numbers 1-14 • Matthew 1-17
April – Matthew 18-28 • Joshua 1-18
May – Joshua 19-24 • Judges 1-3:6 • I Samuel 1-21
June – Romans 1-16 • Hebrews 1-13
July – II Samuel 1-20 • Song of Songs 1-8
August – Luke 1-24 • Acts 1-7
September – Acts 8-28 • I Kings 1-14
October – Amos 1-9 • Micah 1-7
November – Daniel 1-6 • Psalm 2 • Psalms 1-23
December – John 1-21 • Matthew 1-2 • Luke 1-2 • I John 1-5 • Isaiah 40