There are many Bible reading plans to choose from for the new year, but perhaps the best place to start for the most options is the ESV reading plan. They offer multiple reading plans and methods of subscribing, such as RSS feeds, iCal schedules, daily emails, mobile access, and printable plans. The ESV site also allows you to listen to the audio as well.
Check out the ESV Bible reading plan here.
While you're at it, pick yourself up the awesome ESV Study Bible here.
Happy New Year!
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Thursday, December 31, 2009
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