You did it!! You did your best to read your Bible each day in 2014 and now we’ve come together for the final check-in. If you are following the M’Cheyne plan that I enjoy and have used this year, then technically, we finish on this Wednesday. I actually fell behind a couple days, but still hope to finish reading the Bible all the way through this year.
I sincerely apologize for my Pinterest problem on completing the Bible reading challenge Pinterest board for the year. I ran into a few snags and honestly, between the holidays and trying to meet my book deadline, my time to work on the issue was too limited. I am so sorry that it won’t be finished by year’s end.
For the last two years, the Bible Reading Challenge has included the M’Cheyne Bible reading plan and you’ve had your choice of the method you choose to use for participation. Some of you printed a plan- which is great! Some of you used the Olive Tree Bible reading app, which is what I did for most of the year.
While this post is the final Bible Reading Challenge check-in for 2014, stay tuned to the post following this one because the 2015 details are included!
You want to read the Bible through in 2015?
Last week, I encouraged you if you’ve never read through the Bible before, you can do it! For a free printable check-off plan to read the Bible through at your own pace, be sure to check out this post.
And now I sure would love to hear from you today. I’ve already gotten a couple emails from some of you who finished. Thank you so much for the sweet encouraging notes!
How would you evaluate your year in Bible reading? Did this weekly accountability help you succeed in daily reading? Did you finish reading the Bible through this year? Can’t wait to hear about it!