Bible Reading Guides
Make God's Word a regular part of your day, multiple times a day! goTandem delivers the Bible directly to you, exactly when you need it, via calls, texts and emails -- providing you multiple opportunities to receive, reflect and respond to the Word of God. These simple, daily steps are a great way to help you stay engaged in the Bible each day. Find out more & take a test drive
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The power is God's Word. The plan is 4 times a week. Join others who've made the commitment to engage the Bible on a regular basis. Find out more
If you're looking to make God's Word a regular part of your day, start with our 21-Day Challenge. It's short, it's powerful, it's life-changing. Take the challenge
The 90-day Bible reading guide integrates readings from Genesis with the three Gospels, Matthew, Mark and Luke. Take the challenge
Over six months, this guide takes through the New Testament from Acts to Revelation. Also includes Psalms, Proverbs & Ecclesiastes. Take the challenge
One-year Reading Guides
The Bible "Read Me" Plan features multiple schedules to help you to read the Bible in a year. God's Word is a big book and without a workable schedule it can be easy to give up before you even get through Genesis. Following are 5 unique guides to use as you read through the Bible:
Read the events of the Bible as they occurred chronologically. For example, the Book of Job is integrated with Genesis because Job lived before Abraham.
Read the books of the Bible as they occurred in the Hebrew and Greek traditions (the order in which they were written). For example, the Old Testament books in the Hebrew Bible do not occur in the same order as they do in our English Bible. The New Testament books are arranged according to their date of writing as well.
Old and New Testament Together
Read the Old Testament and New Testament together. Your knowledge of the Old Testament will be enhanced by what you read simultaneously in the New Testament.
Beginning to End
With this guide there are no surprises. You simply read through the Bible from start to finish, from Genesis to Revelation.
If you prefer not to read straight through the Bible but want to add variety to your Scripture reading. For example, while you are reading the Old Testament book of Isaiah, you are also reading the New Testament book of Mark to heighten the variety of your Bible reading.