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Bible Reading 2014

January 6, 2014

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By Trillia Newbell


It’s that time of year again. That time we set goals for everything from exercising to reading. And if you are like many, you might be on the hunt for a Bible reading plan. Thankfully, bloggers and organizations have made our search easier.

Here is a short list of articles to help us with our Bible reading for 2014 (and, hopefully, all of life).

My preferred way to read the Bible, by Jim Eliff

How to read the whole Bible in 2014, by Justin Taylor

A plan to read through the Bible in 2014, by Denny Burk

And, finally, not really a reader? Here’s a post about why you should read in 2014, by Craig Cooper



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