Daily Bible Reading

M'Cheyne Bible Reading Plan

Read through the entire Bible in a year along with an additional reading of the New Testament and Psalms! This plan will help you see how the Old Testament and the New Testament connect with each other. With this plan, you can expect to read about four chapters a day with readings from both the Old and New Testament.

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New Testament Bible Reading Plan

RRead through the entire New Testament in a year! Each day you will read one passage from the New Testament. If you join our New Testament Reading Group, you will also find helpful videos to expand your understand of each New Testament book.

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CP Kidz Bible Reading Plan

This Bible study is a weekly story that, when all added together, will show the giant story of God’s love for His people. We will meet real people from the Bible and learn how God called them and prepared them for their part in His big rescue plan. 

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Additional Bible Reading Plans

If you aren’t ready to tackle the M’Cheyne or New Testament Bible Reading Plan, you can find additional reading plans and topical studies through YouVersion.

Other Bible Reading Plans

The Bible

When we study the Bible, and begin to understand it and live by its teachings, we are becoming obedient to God and fulfilling His purpose for us in our lives on earth. The Bible is one of the longest books in print. It is made up of 66 separate books, written over a period of 1500 years. It has been translated from the original Hebrew and Greek into English.

One way to get the most out of your journey through the Bible is to set up a time each day to read and study a passage and pray. There are many guides and tools available to help you in your ongoing study.

Versions of the Bible

We recommend a good study version of the Bible for your reading - one that is modern enough to be readable, but at the same time an accurate translation that will give you a true view of Scripture. We recommend the New International Version (NIV) or the English Standard Version (ESV). If you want a more literal translation, try the New American Standard Bible (NASB).

Our Beliefs

As Christ-followers, we share specific beliefs about the Bible's teachings, authenticity and authority.

Our Beliefs