ABOUT OUR reading plans

It’s the goal of the BRP that you’ll walk away each day with a greater understanding of what scripture says and how to apply it to your everyday life. Each day, there will be a chapter of the Bible to read, a short devotional written by one of our BRP authors, application questions, and other fun facts and insights. All pointing to God’s plan of redeeming and rescuing the world.

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CURRENT reading plan: Job

The book of Job is an ancient poetical book that explores the themes of man’s response to loss and suffering. This is a complex book full of emotion, tragedy, and loss and will help us develop a theology of suffering.

In the beginning, God created. In the meantime, God sustains it all. In the end, God is faithful. To study Genesis is to study God’s faithfulness to His promises and His people. Want to know if He’s a good Father? Read this plan.

Exodus is the story of God rescuing and delivering the children of Israel from Egypt and forging a special relationship with them. Be encouraged that we worship a God who delivers His people and desires a relationship with us.

Joshua continues the story of the Israelites as God leads them into the Promised Land. Through the ups and downs of Israel’s journey, one thing holds true: God’s plan is best.

1 Samuel is a history book that is full of theological truths that teach us about God and His character. Follow along as we learn from stories about Samuel, Saul, David, and many others.

2 Samuel continues the story arc from 1 Samuel with a focus now on David’s reign as king. Join us as we continue to unpack the life of David – a man after God’s own heart.

After decades of exile in Babylon, it was time for God’s people, the Israelites, to return to Jerusalem and rebuild the temple. This historical book gives us a guide to revival within God’s people. Ezra calls the people of God towards spiritual revitalization, and there is much we can learn from their stories.

The book of Nehemiah picks up where the book of Ezra leaves off. This book, told from Nehemiah’s vantage point, lets us in on the rebuilding of the walls around Jerusalem and God’s faithfulness to His people. 

The book of Esther is a historical Old Testament full of twists and turns. While God’s name is never mentioned in this book, His hand is visible all throughout. Read this book and be reminded of the ways God is working in the details all around us!

The book of Job is an ancient poetical book that explores the themes of man’s response to loss and suffering. This is a complex book full of emotion, tragedy, and loss and will help us develop a theology of suffering.

The book of Psalms, composed of 150 different songs of praise, covers the full spectrum of emotions and stages of the spiritual life. Read along as we journey through these songs that date back thousands of years.

Ecclesiastes, one of the poetical books in the Old Testament, deals with the question “What matters?” Written by Solomon, the wisest and wealthiest man to ever live, this book is weighty. When read through the lens of the Gospel, it gives us a glimpse into what really matters.

The book of Mark opens with these words, “The beginning of the Good News about Jesus the Messiah.” Curious about the Gospel and how Jesus changes everything? Start here.

Luke’s detailed account of Jesus’ ministry shows us His heart for the sinner, the poor, the weak, and the outcast. As we read this Gospel, take note of the compassion found in the Son of God. What would it look like to follow this example of Jesus’ life and ministry?

John said he wrote this book so that people would believe that Jesus was the Messiah and that faith in Him leads to life. If you’re interested in learning more about the life and ministry of Jesus Christ, this is a great place to start.

What was it like to be a first century Jesus follower? How did the early church get established and empowered? We have much to learn from the forerunners of our faith. Their courage and obedience paved the way for us to know Jesus. We are surrounded by a great cloud of witnesses. Let’s follow their example.

The book of Romans is a thorough explanation of not just what the Gospel is, but who it is for and why it matters. This book is the Apostle Paul’s most detailed attempt at unpacking the Good News that changed the world forever.

How do we live with integrity and character in a world that values immorality and self-indulgence? In Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians, he gives practical wisdom to live in the world, but not be of the world.

The church at Corinth isn’t that different than many churches today. Arguments, favoritism, and lack of generosity are some of the issues Paul addresses in 2 Corinthians. Paul reminds us that in all and through all, Jesus is able to meet all of our needs.

Paul’s letter to the church at Philippi is one full of encouragement. It’s a helpful reminder for us of the importance of unity, being of one mind, and seeking joy in the midst of difficult seasons.

1 Timothy is one of Paul’s pastoral letters written to a close friend and trusted partner in ministry. This epistle, complete with warnings and advice for Timothy, is full of truth and application for us today, just as they were two thousand years ago.

2 Timothy is another of Paul’s pastoral letters written to Timothy, a close friend and trusted partner in ministry, as he awaited execution in prison. This letter, the last one that Paul wrote, is deeply personal and is a reminder to Timothy to remain rooted in Truth.

Hebrews is a letter all about the greatness and the supremacy of Jesus. As following Jesus got difficult, the early Jewish Christians were tempted to go back to what they knew. This letter is an encouragement to them (and us) that following Christ is greater than anything the world has to offer.

The books of 1, 2, and 3 John give us a glimpse inside the early church. John uses each of these books to encourage and inspire early Christians to remain strong in their faith and pursue truth.