We know Bible reading can be hard. Here’s some tools that might help:

  • Explore Bible Reading Notes. Great for daily Bible reading, available both printed and as an app with some free downloads. See the full range of Good Book Company’s daily Bible reading helps here.
  • Scripture Union’s “Word Live” has daily Bible reading notes online.
  • HeReadsTruth and SheReadsTruth is another online source of daily reading notes.
  • Daily Prayer – an app and website. This is a more liturgical approach produced by the Church of England. Lectionary readings built into Morning and Evening Prayer in both traditional and contemporary forms.
  • Bible Reading Plans. Some people find it helpful to have a carefully laid out schedule of Bible readings. If that’s you then there are a variety of plans that cover individual books all the way through to reading the whole Bible over 1-3 years.
  • For the Love of God” by Don Carson has daily devotions and readings.
  • The Books of the Bible” is an NIV New Testament, without any verse numbers. Some people find this very helpful to re-engage with reading.
  • Growth Groups and other ways of meeting up with St John’s family. It’s great to meet up with other Christians to read the Bible together and discuss what God is doing in our lives through the Scriptures. If you’re not in a Growth Group, why not sign up now?!

And don’t forget, you can read the Bible online or on an app.