7 Seasonal Reading Plans

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Faithlife Reading Plans take the guesswork out of daily Bible reading—no more wondering what you should read next. Choose a reading plan and save time for the important part—reading, understanding, and living out the Scriptures.

The Bible is a big book. Rather than trying to read it through in a few sittings, like most of us do with smaller books, many people instead read a small amount every day. The slow-and-steady approach has a lot of benefits and one major challenge—knowing what to read in what order. Enter: Faithlife Reading Plans.

A Reading Plan organizes your daily reading around a theme, so you can quickly get an overview of what Scripture says about a given topic without investing any time searching. We have a huge variety to choose from—55 unique plans to be exact. Here are a few examples:

  • 10 Psalms of Thanksgiving
  • Advent Reading Plan
  • Luke 1 Month
  • Luke 1 Week
  • Luke 2 Month
  • 7 Days on Jesus’ Birth
  • 14 Days on Resurrection

The Thanksgiving season is fast approaching—in fact our Canadian friends celebrated on Monday. The 10 Psalms of Thanksgiving plan is a great way to get in the spirit. You can find it and 54 others on Faithlife.com. Click Add in either Today’s Readings (to read alone) or Group Readings (to read with others).

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Which Faithlife Reading Plan looks intrigues you most? Tell us in comments.

Comments

  1. But how do I transfer these plans into Logos proper?

  2. Hi Martha. If I log into faithlife and add one of the plans it automatically appears in my Logos environment. Does this not work for you?

  3. Anonymous says:

    same question … cannot find it online either

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  1. […] Do an Advent reading plan as a church. This morning, I logged onto Faithlife, created a profile for my church, and added an Advent reading plan. Later today, a blog post with how to sign up for an account and connect with the reading plan will be blasted on our social media outlets. A group reading plan will help unify your church, and Faithlife allows their users to publish community notes so you can have your congregation or small group interact with the text. You can read more on how to do this here. […]

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