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This week I received a reader email that said :
I have looked all over for a Gospels Bible reading plan for kids, that is age appropriate and fun….I finally found it here!! LOVE IT! The only thing is, you are missing Mark??
Any chance it’s here somewhere and I can’t find it?? If not, What are the chances of you making one…….SOON????
I am using them in our Awana program, where I have about 40 kids coming and the majority are non-churched kids! I love challenging them to read the Bible and reward them in praise and a medal!! Thanks for making these!!
I’ve been meaning to release a Bible reading schedule for Mark and this sweet email was just the prompt I needed. So I’m so excited to tell you that I now have a printable Bible reading plan for each Gospel: Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. My kids are pumped about this!!
I originally designed these reading plans with my own children in mind, but I often receive emails from people who really want to read the Bible, but just can’t figure out where to start. The small epistles of I John, II John and III John are a GREAT place to begin reading the Bible as a new reader. The Gospels are a wonderful place to read next. No matter your age, I believe you will love these reading plans as printables because they are simple to use and fun to complete!
To open the free .PDF for the book of Mark, click here or on the graphic below.
For the free printable Bible reading schedules for the other gospels, follow the links below.
And be sure to check out all the other great Bible printables for prayer journaling, Bible reading plans, puzzles, games, and all sorts of encouraging ideas!
See you tomorrow!