A Simple Bible Reading Plan for Kids (& you!)

by Sami

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With the New Year comes resolutions, plans and goals to live differently in the coming months.

While some will quickly fade, there are others we hope and pray will stick around forever.

One of those, at least for our family this year, has been to start a consistent Bible reading routine – not just for ourselves, but with our kids.

But let’s face it, good intentions only get us so far without a plan.

I’ll be the first to admit, I’m great at reading my devotions and journaling, but I’m guilty of not always opening my Bible every day. Devotions are excellent, but they should never replace God’s Word. So how can we encourage our kids to not only turn to God, but turn the pages of the Bible each Day? I have a simple plan: (Read the full post and find out my simple steps on TommyNelson.com)

Kids Bible Reading Plan Resource


There is one resource to help in this effort that I’m quite excited about: the ICB Jesus Calling Bible for Children. If your family is like mine, you’ve already been reading and enjoying the Jesus Calling series for years. The common language derived from biblical truth applied to everyday experiences prods us to dig deeper into the Bible. And now Sarah Young has truly brought together her insights with God’s Word:

The ICB Jesus Calling Bible for Children is the first full-text ICB Bible for children with 160 full-page devotions from the Jesus Calling children’s devotional. The two-color Bible text and devotional content are complemented by an additional 96 vibrantly colored Bible story inserts that tell key stories from the Bible, along with a takeaway application. Also included are 365 highlighted key memory verses for young readers, prayers, and kid-friendly applications. The ICB Jesus Calling Bible for Children will help your children grow in knowledge and in relationship with the Lord.

Featured image courtesy of TommyNelson.com

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