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 responses

  1. Nina says:

    “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. Amy says:

    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. Amy says:

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

  4. Julie G says:

    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.

  5. This is really a good plan for reading bible during this year..thank you for telling us…

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