Semicolon Bible Study and Reading Plan for 2011

I posted the other day about 52 Ways to Read and Study the Bible in 2011, and Nina asked what my plan was for 2011.

Book-at-a-Time Bible Reading Plan from Discipleship Journal (NavPress) I plan to see if Engineer Husband or any of my children would like to join me in reading through the Bible according to this plan this year.

I also hope to do an in-depth study of at least one book of the Bible each month:

January: Galatians

February: Proverbs

March: Matthew

April: Matthew

May: Proverbs

June: Jonah

July: Hosea

August: I Corinthians

September: Job

October: John

November: John

December: John

O.K. I’d rather set my goals high and miss than set no goals and achieve . . . nothing. I’m hoping to set aside about an hour a day for Bible study and reading this year.

5 thoughts on “Semicolon Bible Study and Reading Plan for 2011

  1. “O.K. I’d rather set my goals high and miss than set no goals and achieve . . . nothing.”

    I love that line, particularly since I’ve been trying to explain my need for ambitious goals to a few friends (who turn their noses up at the idea of my “book-reading goals” for the new year).

    Thanks for sharing your Bible-reading (and blogging) goals for 2011. I hope you’re able to do at least a few (if not all) in-depth studies here. I look forward to reading, and learning from, them!

  2. I’m going to do the Bible in 90 days starting January 3rd. Beyond that, I don’t know. Maybe I’ll join up with you on your book study each month.

  3. Forgot to mention–my teens are doing the Bible reading with me, but the abridged version so that they don’t get overwhelmed.

  4. I love the Beth Moore 90 day studies. I’m doing Jesus right now, and plan to do John after that. I did David last year and loved it.

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