Read Scripture

Read Scripture Plan for 2022

This year, for 2022, we are encouraging everyone to continue their personal time of scripture reading but use the Verse-A-Day materials. Each month you will be presented with a “theme” for the month and a verse-a-day from scripture to help you discover God’s plan for your life as seen in His Word. You look up the verse, read, and copy it to your notebook. Afterwards you can spend more time reading the context, chapter, devotional or other reading plans you already have.

We also want to encourage you to spend time in prayer as a part of your daily devotional time with God. If you would like a prayer guide to follow you can find one here.


Below you will find other resources you might find helpful from past campaigns to encourage and strengthen your devotional time. Check out BiblePlans.org.


Read Scripture Plan 2020

Join together as a church in 2020 to simply Read Scripture.  Each person is encouraged to meet with God everyday as you pray, read scripture and reflect on God’s leading in your life. The plan is simple, sustainable, and self-reliant; set aside time to meet with God. 

You can read your Bible, any devotional or use an app of your choosing.  However, if you are a more mature Christian who would like to read through the whole Bible this year, then we are recommending that you use the Read Scripture app on your phone or tablet.  It is a simple way to read the entire Bible in a year.  We want to provide encouragement and a few other resources to help you along the way.

Start Reading Scripture today!!!

Install the Read Scripture App

The App Store, Google Play, www.readscripture.org

If you prefer to use your Bible over an app, you can also download a printable version of a 365 day reading plan HERE!

Open the app

the is no registration, ads or cost

Begin Reading Scripture

Press the Start Button and the app will automatically take you to reading for the day.

Tailor your Experience

Click on the gear icon to open the settings if you want to change anything like, font size, notifications and reading pace.

Journal Your Experience

Take a moment to reflect on readings that “stand out” to you.  Consider if God might be speaking to you in some way.  Write down the scripture reference and verse and couple thoughts from what you read.