Children’s Bible Reading Plan for Luke

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Last summer our family read the book of John individually. The three middle kiddos were the primary users of the six week schedule I created and they really loved it!

Then not too long after that, we completed an 8 week plan (plus a day or two)for the book of Matthew.

And within the last couple weeks, a reader asked me if we had more free Bible reading plans for children.  At the time, I was working on a children’s Bible reading plan for Luke.

While my children haven’t completed this plan just yet, today I wanted to share it with you. Be kind and let me know if you find any mistakes, will you? But I think we are good!

The free printable 6 week plan for John can be found here AND in the Olive Tree Bible Study App.

The Gospel of Matthew (almost) 8 week Bible reading plan is here.

And today I’m excited to give to you the Luke Bible reading plan, as requested by our reader last week! This plan can be completed in 7 weeks and 2 days, to be exact.

If you click here, the free pdf will open.

Have a fabulous Friday!





  1. Hi, I’m so happy I came across your pin. I am a fairly new christian and I wanted to encourage my children to read the Bible but I just wasn’t sure how to get started and this is a great way to begin. Although my children’s ages are 11-17 I think the way you set up this reading plan seems simple enough that they won’t feel overwhelmed.

    Thanks and God bless you!

    1. Thanks Maria- for your note of encouragement. Let me know how it goes for them! 🙂

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