Dear Crossway Family,
The year is coming to an end, and 2022 is showing up. The start of a new year is an excellent opportunity for many people to renew their commitments to certain things or plan specific resolutions. For many Christians, the beginning of a New Year is when they consider getting better into their Bible reading time or develop detailed long-year Bible plans.
Here are some recommendations for having a Bible plan for 2022.
By IX Marks
Bible Talk is a weekly podcast where Bible scholars explain chapter by chapter Bible content. This is for you to do an in-depth study of the Bible. So far, the podcast has covered Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus and is in the first chapters of Numbers. Definitely an excellent option for a depth study.
You can find this podcast in your favorite podcast player.
By Mark Dever
In the late 90s and early 2000s, Mark Dever preached sermons at Capitol Hill Baptist Church, giving an overview of each book of the Bible. Those sermons have been compiled into two books by Crossway: The message of the Old Testament: Promise Made and The Message of the New Testament: Promise Kept.
This will be a great way to study and understand the Bible's message.
By Tara Leigh Cobble
The Bible recap is a plan to read the whole Bible in a year chronologically. Then, you can use their book or their podcast with a brief explanation of the reading assigned each day, with a convenient way to focus on God in each section of the Bible.
By John Dyer
Also, if you want to plan your own reading pace or are interested in a specific section of the Scripture, the Bible Reading Plan Generator is great. You will be able to design your own Bible reading plan and then import that to your calendar to print it for your convenience
Editor's Note: You can also download the calendar and import it into the calendar software you use.