Our Bible Reading Plan is going on now!



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The OneLife Bible Reading Plan is designed to help you get into God's Word on a daily basis, and to get in sync with our whole community by reading the same passages together! The best part is that this plan is tailorable for everyone to join whether you're new to reading the Bible or you've been consistently reading the Bible for a long time.

Choosing your plan:
Each day there will be 4 assigned readings, and you choose if you want to read 1, 2, 3, or all 4 of the passages. This gives you the ability to stay in sync with us while also customizing the plan to your individual time and capacity. The 4 daily readings will come in the categories of The Gospels (Matthew - John), Psalms and Proverbs, the New Testament, and the Old Testament.

What you will accomplish in one year: 
Read through the Gospels 4 times
Read through Psalms and Proverbs 2 times
Read the entire New Testament 2 times
Read half the Old Testament

This is a great opportunity to start a brand new practice of daily Bible reading, or continue to grow in your capacity and understanding of God's word. Wherever you’re at, we’d love for you to jump on board and participate with us! If you’re just starting out, we suggest starting with The Gospels.


Week 16: April 15-21

Matthew 15 | Psalm 89 | 1 Thessalonians 2 | Leviticus 16
Matthew 16 | Psalm 90 | 1 Thessalonians 3 | Leviticus 17
Matthew 17 | Prov 18 | 1 Thessalonians 4 | Leviticus 18
Matthew 18 | Psalm 91 | 1 Thessalonians 5 | Leviticus 19
Matthew 19 | Psalm 92 | 2 Thessalonians 1 | Leviticus 20
Matthew 20 | Psalm 93 | 2 Thessalonians 2 | Leviticus 21



In the gospel track, you will read straight through all four gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) at a pace of 1 chapter per day. In one year, you will read through all the gospels 4 times.

The Gospels are absolutely essential to our faith. They record the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. They were written so that we can believe in Jesus and have life in His name (John 20:31)! After Jesus rose from the dead, He commissioned His people to make disciples of all nations teaching them to observe all that He has commanded (Matthew 28:20). This means that to be a fully devoted disciple of Jesus, we must know what He said and commit our lives to obeying it. By reading the Gospels we get to know Jesus so much better and experience real, meaningful life as we believe in Him and obey Him.



In the Psalms and Proverbs track, you will read one chapter per day from either Psalms or Proverbs (5 days in Psalms followed by 1 day in Proverbs alternating throughout the year). In one year, you will read through Psalms and Proverbs 2 times.

Psalms and Proverbs are books of worship and practical wisdom from the Old Testament. The book of Psalms was Israel's hymnal, and is designed to teach us how to worship God and meaningfully relate to Him. The book of Proverbs is filled with practical instructions for what our life should look like when we "fear the LORD" (Prov. 1:7). Consistently reading Psalms and Proverbs helps us grow in worshipping God and honoring Him in all we do.



In the New Testament track, you will read straight through all of the New Testament books after the Gospels (Acts - Revelation) at a pace of roughly 1 chapter per day. In one year, you will read the books of Acts - Revelation 2 times.

 The New Testament books (Acts - Revelation) record for us the beginning of the church, and how God powerfully worked to spread the good news of Jesus throughout the whole world. The letters of the New Testament teach us what Christ's death and resurrection have accomplished for believers, and our future hope of His return to make all things new. Reading the New Testament gives us a gospel centered perspective in our lives and teaches us to live transformed lives because Christ is in us.



In the Old Testament track, you will read straight through the Old Testament books (Genesis - Malachi, excluding Psalms and Proverbs) at a pace of 1 chapter per day. In two years, you will read the books of Genesis - Malachi 1 time.

The Old Testament records all that God has done from the beginning of creation up until the birth of Christ to redeem a people for Himself. It begins in the garden of Eden where man sinfully rebelled against God and brought deadly consequences to humanity and all creation. It then tells how God chose Abraham to begin His rescue plan for the whole world. He promised that one of Abraham's descendants would crush the works of the devil and bring God's blessing to all the nations. God then multiplies Abraham's family into the nation of Israel, He rescues them from slavery in Egypt, and He gives them the land He promised them. But despite all of God's steadfast love and faithfulness, Israel continues to rebel against God - just like Adam. The whole story points to humanity's desperate need for the Savior God promised - the descendant of Abraham who would undo what happened in Eden! Reading the Old Testament gives the good news of Jesus deep roots in our hearts, and it reveals to us the awesome and marvelous character of our God.