2014 Daily Bible Reading Challenge

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Hey Friends! I’m excited to be unveiling our 2014 Daily Bible Reading Challenge today! This week I posted various daily Bible reading plans from which you can choose so that you would have an opportunity to look over them. You can choose methods that vary from a daily schedule to print and mark to email reminders or apps.

daily Bible reading challenge

Reading through the Bible in a year using the M’Cheyne plan provides approximately four chapters a day from four different books of the Bible. For me, this takes about 20 minutes a day. For 2014, we will use the M’Cheyne Bible Reading plan once more.

After doing the 2013 Bible Reading Challenge, the largest lesson I learned is that finding a method that works well for you is the key to being able to read through the Bible in a year.I found that using the Olive Tree Bible Study App and tracking the plan through their available reading plans is the best method of daily reading for me. Each chapter can be marked off as you read. I found myself reading a chapter while waiting for children to picked up from practices or waiting in the doctor’s office.

Why read the Bible through in a year?

Last year the Lord just whispered to my heart that it was time to be serious about reading God’s Word. I’ve read through the Bible several times before, but it had been a few years since I had read the Bible from cover to cover.

My husband gave a Christmas card to me and what did I do with it? I placed it in the kitchen window where I can see it and be thankful for it. I will pick it up several times over the next few weeks and read it to remember and reflect on his words of love to me. That’s what we do when we love someone- we enjoy their words of love to us. God loves us so very much. And I love Him. So naturally I want to reflect on His words of love to me.

As far as studying the Bible in addition to reading it, I studied in various manners throughout the year. At some points, I was involved in a small group Bible study from church or the community while doing the Bible reading challenge. I didn’t take a lot of extra time to reflect on the daily Bible reading from the challenge because of the more in-depth studying I was doing with my small group. But in the weeks I was not involved in small group, I studied one chapter of the daily Bible reading in addition to reading it. I used this simple Bible study guide: 4 questions to ask for any chapter of the Bible for the study.

I’m only telling you what worked for me to give you ideas on how the challenge might work for you.

The point of collectively doing the 2014 Daily Bible Reading Challenge is to unite our hearts towards reading God’s Word and to provide encouragement to one another.

For 2014, we will check in each Monday on the blog in the comments section. Last year we checked in on Fridays, but I think Monday might be a better day for this. So no matter where you are in the daily reading, we want to see your smiling avatar (that’s the photo beside your name) and anything from “I’m on it!” to “I’m behind, but that’s ok- I’m still going.”

For 2014, the daily scheduled reading will be posted in the right sidebar with the Olive Tree logo just as it is now or you can follow any method of the M’Cheyne Bible reading plan with us or any other plan you’d like.

Would you like to join us for the 2014 Daily Bible Reading Challenge?

Just leave a comment today to let us know that you read this post and want to be a part! Choose your plan and begin reading on Jan. 1 or before if you’d like! Then be sure to come back on our first check-in day, Monday, Jan. 6th and leave a comment so we can encourage one another.

Rachel

 

 

 

250 Comments

  1. Joining in, better late than never I guess.

  2. I would like to read the Bible through in 2014 using your plan. Thanks!!

  3. Thank you for providing this!!

  4. Nikki Ward says:

    I’m in! Started late, but all caught up! πŸ™‚

  5. Stacey Mrdutt says:

    Count me in! A week late, but I’ll catch up!

  6. I’m a little late to start but I would love to do this challenge!

  7. Sally lantz says:

    Like to join too

  8. Been keeping up with the reading so far πŸ™‚ yay!
    I have really enjoyed how some things I’ve read before, new light and wisdom has been jumping out at me. Especially in the rough season I’m finding myself in right now…. It’s refreshing and amazing to know God’s Word always speaks and always shows new light.

  9. Yes yes and yes! A bit late but count me in! Super excited to catchup!

  10. Tamatha Laymance says:

    I would love to join…

  11. I would love 2 join.

  12. christy mccallum says:

    Count me in. It is a bit late, but I will do some catching up πŸ™‚

  13. Stephanie Geyer says:

    I just found your website and want to be a part of the Bible study.

  14. Susan Caudill says:

    Better late than never..IN!

  15. Courtney Neugart says:

    I have some catching up to do! But this sounds like a great place to start. Please count me in!

  16. Annabel Serrano says:

    I’m a few days late but I have always wanted to read the bible all the way through. It’s inspiring to read all these comments & I will definitely pass this on to my friends & family.
    God Bless you! πŸ™‚

  17. Jessie Ferguson says:

    Count me in, please! I know I am starting on Day 5 but I feel the Lord really lead me to your website today! I have been praying that God would lead me to the Bible study He wanted me to be a part of and that lead me straight to you. I look forward to the challenge! Thank you

  18. Am keen to try it electronically with others.

  19. I’m a few days late, but joining in. I’m really looking forward to conquering something I have never done – reading the Bible all the way through!

  20. My husband and I are using the M’Cheyne plan again this year. I found it on your website last year and we loved it!!! I couldn’t wait to start over again on January 1st.

    We recommend to our friends and others that want a good Bible reading plan.

    Thanks!

    1. YAY! I’m glad, Kim! When I look back over the year as a whole, I really love this plan. Keeps me focused on the reading and I don’t get too bogged down when I’m reading the genealogies. πŸ™‚

  21. Nichole Kyle says:

    Count me in…. I’m late but I really want to join in on the challenge! Let’s help inspire each other!! Excited and I have some catching up to do!!!

    1. You can do it!- not too much to catch up on. WE had folks join in as late as the 15th last year and they still completed the challenge. πŸ™‚

      1. I would like to join… where do I find the 4 options? Do I download just the Olive Tree app or is there a specific one? Thank you and have a blessed day!

      2. You can download the app and then look through the reading plans. Choose the one you’d like to do- you don’t have to do the M’Cheyne plan, though that is the one we are using. If you look in the right sidebar here on the website, you’ll see the daily reading each day. Here’s the post with many choices on the reading plans: https://rachelwojo.com/daily-bible-reading-plan/

  22. Lori Vivas says:

    Count me in please!

  23. Linda in Maryville says:

    I missed the sign up day, but am signing up as I started the reading yesterday! Printed my book marks to remind me daily what is to be read!
    Thankful for your website to help as I just stumbled on it yesterday!

  24. Count me in! This is my year of renewal … and I know that I cannot do it alone! Help and prayers always welcomed!

  25. tracee sealy says:

    I’m in. Thanks

  26. Rachel Roberts says:

    Gonna get it done!!!!

  27. Yes, please include me in your challenge.

  28. Erin McCormick says:

    Count me in. Reading the Bible is one of my Goals for this year!

  29. Jessica H says:

    I’m in. I’ve never done it.

  30. Rachel Doctor says:

    I would like to join !

  31. Count me in. Never read the bible in my 29 years of life. But I want to. So here I am. πŸ™‚

  32. Evelyn T. says:

    I think I have already signed up but I am not sure if it went through. If not, I’m in!! πŸ™‚

    I cannot wait to see what the LORD has instore for my family this year. I had an amazing 2013 – a new baby, a delightful 2 year old, and a move for my family, and life (almost died from a ruptured appendix 4 weeks post-pardum) and many MANY blessings for the LORD! I cannot wait to start my year off on the right foot.

    To Him Be The Glory!
    Evelyn T.

  33. I want to do this.

  34. Count me in please!

  35. Catriona Brinkley says:

    I’m in – thanks!

  36. Desiree Stickley says:

    I am so stoked to try this!!! I have never really known how to best start trying to read the bible all the way through but I think with this challenge I can do this!!!!!

  37. Starting today!!!

  38. Starting the challenge! Praying for discipline to see it through!

  39. I would love to join

  40. Would like to try this. I haven’t been to successful between babysitting, working and doctor’s appointments.

  41. Sammantha says:

    i would like to try this challenge. i have been trying to find something like this for a while.

  42. Here I am…first day of 2014, and I just found this! It is an answer to prayer. I am committed to study, but I really do want to commit to reading and loving God’s whole word and not just what may be on a specific subject matter for the month (which I need…trust me). I’m in! Thank you for doing this. This will be my first year! Yay!!!!

  43. I will participate. Joanne

  44. Christine Peters says:

    I would love to join & grow closer to Christ through knowledge of His Word!

  45. Maria Jones says:

    I would love to join you in this challenge. Thank you.

  46. I’m in!

  47. Count me in

  48. Well, I’m in, again. I started with you strong and determined last year Rachel, and then bumped off track after Easter. πŸ™ I spent the last 6 months of the last year with my nose in other books instead, studying to be a Health Coach. I am certified now, about to launch my new business, but all the more determined to have my life’s priorities in order. First things first each day in 2014!

    Although I read my Daily Bread almost every day, and do a weekly Bible Study, I have sensed that God is telling me (a talker) to be still and listen even more. He has things he’s preparing for me, to do and be. Can’t exactly follow his instructions if I don’t report for duty and prayerfully receive his personal message to me each day! Happy New Year to you and your tribe. πŸ™‚

  49. I don’t understand where to find the reading list. I’ve downloaded Olive Tree. Can someone help please?

    1. When you open Olive Tree, if you hit the little suitcase, the folder is called “My Stuff” You can select “Reading Plans” and you want to add the M’Cheyne plan. That is the one we are using. Does this help?

  50. I’m going to do this! I’ve downloaded the Olive Tree.

  51. Thank you, I found your blog today. This is a challenge I was hoping to take on this year. I was not sure how to do it, then I found this. I plan to do my best to follow through…thanks again.

  52. I really want to give this a try.

  53. Count me in for 2014! I’m looking forward to the challenge, Rachel and the community of support to stay strong!

  54. Christina says:

    Count Me in! πŸ™‚

  55. Gretchen Knaggs says:

    I have been such a slacker lately with my children with their devotionals. It caused me to look further at myself realizing that I need to start with ME!
    I’m excited to read Gods word and have Him continue to transform me and my family!!

    1. oh I know that feeling. Don’t let it beat you up! Just draw close to Him- He sustains!

  56. I have read the bible via the plans the last 4 years, this year I am looking for something with a little more depth, more knowledge, just more! I am so hungry for the word of GOD, always lifted up after reading His word.

  57. I am looking forward to this! Thank you.

  58. Jillian Post says:

    Count Me In! πŸ˜€

  59. Cindy Jones says:

    Ready!!

  60. Great! Count me in!

  61. Tammy Jenkins says:

    I would like to participate in the 2014 Daily Bible Reading Challenge

  62. Vicki Davis says:

    Just finished this morning with the 2013 Challenge. Joining with you again in 2014!

    1. WOOHOO!! I should have invited folks to post this morning- I’ll be sure to do it tomorrow. πŸ™‚

  63. I hope to succeed in the challenge

  64. Jerri Ellis says:

    I would love to be part of this group and read my bible in a year. I need the accountability and mentoring. I really don’t know how to study the bible. I have never been taught.

  65. I’m going to try it. I only found your blog around October/November, and I’ve only read most of the New Testament and Psalms. Yikes! I feel led to really take this seriously so here I am!

  66. Christie k says:

    Count us in!
    ( myself, husband, 3 kiddos)

  67. This is what I’ve been looking for to get back into His word. Thanks

  68. I’m in!

  69. Susan Davis says:

    I so want to do this! Count me in!

  70. Clarissa Lynn Glover says:

    I would like to join you in reading this plan!

  71. I will definitely be in on this challenge because I do read the Bible everyday, but I am learning how to study it much better.

  72. Julie Phelps says:

    I am going to give it a try. I am going to try the M’Cheyne plan you provided. Hopefully this will keep me on track! πŸ™‚

  73. I’m in!

  74. I want to be more open to what God wants to say to me. I am looking forward to beginning this!

  75. I’m in. Thanks for the encouragement.

  76. Evelyn T. says:

    This past year has brought many wonderful gifts into my life – a new baby, a move for my family! I look forward to see what the LORD is going to do in 2014!

    To God Be Thwe Glory!!!

  77. I’m excited to challenge myself in 2014! Thank you for supporting me in this! Excited to start

  78. I need this… count me in.

  79. My pastor- who is also my husband- encouraged our church family to ‘step up their game’ this year. It hit me that, although I have been a believer for a very long time, I have never even THOUGHT about taking on a Bible-reading challenge. I really WANT to, maybe that’s how the Holy Spirit is working on me.
    “If you aim at nothing, you’ll hit it every time.”

  80. Thanks!!!

  81. I’m totally in

  82. Cathy Beard says:

    Since I’m turning 50 this year, this was 1 of things I had planned for myself to make this year special. Thanks for the guidance.

  83. Melinda martin says:

    I would love to take this challenge. I want to know more about God’s word and there’s no better way to read it. Thanks

  84. Jovi Neal says:

    I would love to give this a try

  85. victoria martinez says:

    Count me in! I am def doing this!!

  86. I am looking forward to this challenge!

  87. I came across your site today and was touched. I want to join this challenge because I feel that this will help to strengthen my daily walk with and in Christ Jesus. I love reading God’s word but I found myself being repetitious and not internalizing and applying. I was reading to read and because I was “suppose” to. I have been struggling with this for about six weeks now. I am excited and looking forward to rekindling my fire and drive.

    In Him,

    Pam

    1. Bless you, Pam. I feel compelled to write to you and say that I know what it is like to get in a rut and just read the Bible as a check off. But I also know what it is like for God’s Word to speak so personally to me and that is what drives me to continue reading. Blessings to you in this endeavor!!

  88. I would like to be included in your 2014 reading plan!! Please count me in!!

  89. count me in !!!!! πŸ™‚

  90. I’d love to try again. I’ve had a hard time finding a plan that works for me, but I think one of these will work!

  91. I would love to join the bible challenge!! Count me in.

  92. I’m in!

  93. I’ll be joining you in this challenge!

  94. Laurie Whin says:

    I’m so glad you are doing this again. I began last year, but got hopelessly behind. I loved the thoughts you posted each day. And each day, as I would see the verses I should have been reading along with you, I was always a little disappointed that I wasn’t there, too. This year…different! I am just so anxious to hear what The Lord wants to speak to me! I am always so delighted with the gems He gives to me-and that’s my motivation!

    1. Amen- so glad you are not feeling defeated. You can do it!! One day at a time. One chapter at a time.

  95. Dina Francisco says:

    I was going to try to do this as well. I. Am hoping this will keep me committed and accountable!!

  96. I’m in.

  97. I would like to try!

  98. Count me in!

  99. Love this idea, count me in!
    Ü

  100. Sharon plummer says:

    Would like to try!

  101. I’m in πŸ™‚

  102. Tracy Byers says:

    I’m going to give this a shot!

  103. I’m up for the challenge! πŸ™‚

  104. Rebecca Smith says:

    I’m in too! I’ve never made it all the way thru but hopefully 2014 will be different.

  105. I am very excited to start this challenge. I have recently discovered that I do not know God well enough….I crave his presence in my life. This will help!

  106. Amy Steiner says:

    I will be joining in on the challenge! It has been many years since I’ve read through my Bible from cover cover and I know God is calling me to do it again. I will be following along with the M’Cheyne Reading Plan on the YouVersion App.

    1. Thank you for mentioning the You Version app. I am not against downloading a new app to follow a plan, but since I already have You Version on my phone, it will save me data. πŸ™‚ Looking forward to this plan!

  107. I want to join but have no clue what bible reading plan I would like to do!

    1. Laurie Whin says:

      I love the M’Cheyne reading plan, as it takes you to four different parts of the Bible each day. It’s the one that Rachel will be using, so you will be in sync with her posts and many people’s comments. I love doing it on the Olive Tree Bible Reading app. I got this app from her recommendation, and have been using it ever since. Included in the app is a store, and they have many free books there. The app also has a concordance. Happy reading!

  108. I am willing to give this a try, I need more of the word working in my life!

  109. skatblueeyes says:

    Some might find it helpful to use an audio Bible for some of the readings . Biblegateway has several to choose from.

  110. I will give it a try

  111. I’m in! I’ve read through the Bible twice in my Christian walk~both years it was a tremendous blessing. I’ve been wanting to challenge myself to do it again and stumbled onto your website. Thanks so much! : )

  112. Count me in. Something’s got to change in my life. Let it begin with the commitment to reading God’s Word daily.

  113. Looking forward to trying something new this year!

  114. Melanie Loy says:

    I’m in! Thanks for the push! πŸ™‚

  115. Yes! Count me in!!

  116. I am ready for the challenge!! Count me in.

  117. I am excited to join.

  118. I so sorely lack the discipline to finish any project. I am praying that I can spend time each morning with God, this will be a great tool in helping me achieve that goal! Thank You!!

  119. I am excited to see so many make the commitment to read Gods Word everyday. I am a few days away from reading through the Bible in a year. The last time I read it through, took me three years. This years plan is to read it chronologically. πŸ™‚ although, I would LOVE to follow your plan too Rachel!

    I pray each one of you find much joy and peace in 2014.

  120. I m in!!! Tell me, I want to do this…

  121. Lisa Neely says:

    I’m in!

  122. Alana Castaneda says:

    Sounds great! I’m in!

  123. I would love to try this project! I’ve never tried something like this

  124. Excited to join in!

  125. so want to do this…need accountability!

  126. I will try

  127. I would like to give it a try!

  128. Victoria P says:

    I am in!

  129. I am in! I have not yet completed a read-through-the-Bible plan, so please pray that I will be diligent with this!

  130. I’m in!!

  131. Count me in! Excited about this bible study! Going to share with my friends!

  132. Rachel Gustin says:

    I’m in!

  133. Laura Pesqueda says:

    I’m in. Need a challenge to read the bible in a year. Please hold me accountable.

  134. I’m gonna give it a shot. Could use the community accountability..

  135. I’m in! Maybe this will be the year I follow through!

  136. Nicole Banks says:

    I would like to try this challenge.

  137. Nora Dunn says:

    I’m in

  138. I am in! Excited to try this.

  139. Christina says:

    I started in 2013 and didn’t get finished! Going to try again!

  140. I am excited to join this challenge! I have been looking for some kind of challenge for the new year to help me grow spiritually and I think this will be just the thing. I would love to try some memorization this year too!

  141. Gretchen Tokar says:

    Have always wanted to try one of these, it’s now or never!!!! Please add me!

  142. Stephanie j says:

    I tried a few plans last year but sadly didn’t make it very far. I hope to change that this year with God’s help. Any suggestions on which plan to use for a beginner??

    1. I always recommend starting with the 6 week gospel of John plan for beginning readers. I list it in the Daily plans link. If your goal is to read the Bible through in a year, then a chronological Bible is a great one to start with also. Here is a beginning Chronological plan for free from Bible Gateway: http://www.biblegateway.com/reading-plans/chronological I highly recommend the book, 30 Days to Understanding the Bible also. It is a very well-written overview that I just love.

  143. Count me in! Before I got married and had a child, I was wholly devoted to a daily reading time. Now I definitely struggle with it! This is my number one goal for the next year. I feel that if I dedicate myself to studying God’s Word, all those other things I’d like to change about my life will come into place because I’m aligning myself more and more with God’s plan for me.

    1. OH Girl- it is tough! I know exactly what you mean- my tribe and their schedules can be challenging. But you can do it! God has something for you- He loves you so much! πŸ™‚

      1. Thanks for the encouragement! I just had to share something I think is pretty amazing. After I decided to do the daily Bible reading, our pastor shared a challenge with our church – to read the Bible chronologically in an entire year. He even provided a reading schedule! How awesome is that?!? I was going to use the M’Cheyne plan, but instead I’m going to read along with my church. I think it is pretty amazing (and super powerful) for my church family to participate in this together. I can only imagine how much this will strengthen us! So, I’m still checking in and sharing with y’all, just on a different plan.

  144. Signing up for the 2014 challenge.

  145. I’m in. My pastor was always good to challenge me to do this I look forward to this.

  146. I’m joining in:-) I have never read through the Bible! I can’t wait, I found you late in the year this year and I was hoping you were going to host a challenge for 2014!! May God richly bless you and your family in 2014!!

    1. Forgot to mentioned how much I loved the part about you comparing your reading of hubby’s Christmas card to reading God’s Word! Beautifully put!!

  147. Meghan N. says:

    I am in! I tried last year but I was in my last year of nursing school and then had my mom’s health issues to deal with and I just ended up having to drop the plan about March. But, this year I am going to see my plan to read the whole bible all the way through in a year through!

  148. I’m in!

  149. Count me in!!

  150. I will be in on this too!

  151. I’ve just recently started in the Gospels. This sounds great to me!

  152. Looking forward to this challenge. Thank you! I love that it was pinned daily on Pinterest last year!

  153. Lynn Fetting says:

    Yes, include me in your challenge.

  154. Catherine says:

    I came across your site a few weeks ago. When I saw the 2013 Daily Bible Reading Challenge, I was hoping there would be one for 2014…prayer answered! I’ve always struggled with my commitment to be in God’s Word on a daily basis, but I look forward to a new opportunity to recommit. Thank you!

  155. I would like to try.

  156. I’m in! Looking forward to saying ,I did it! at the end of the year. Also going to journal as I go, so also excited to see what the Lord is going to tell me . πŸ™‚

  157. I’m definitely in! Thank you!

  158. I am in
    Celina

  159. Jennifer Comeau says:

    I’m in!!

  160. I’m in !!! Very excited!!!

  161. this will be great. It will keep me accountable. thanks

  162. Count me in πŸ™‚ I’ve never read through the bible in a year!

  163. count me in!

  164. Count me in!

  165. Brittany Freeman says:

    Count me in !!!!

  166. I would like to join the challenge

  167. My husband & I will do this together. God bless you abundantly in 2014

  168. I would like to be part of this challenge!

  169. Melanie Tindale says:

    I want to do it!

    1. Janlyn L. Blin says:

      I am in and this will let me break in my new bible……

  170. I’m in! Thanks!!

  171. I’m looking forward to this.

  172. Would love to join this challenge!

  173. I stayed right on track this year. This is the second year that I’ve read through the Bible. I’ll be reading through again in 2014. I’m planning to follow the plan that goes through the Bible chronologically. Thanks for all your encouragement, Rachel! Happy New Year”

  174. Tried many plans and many ways but this is going to be the year I make it, I pray, so I am in.

  175. I’m in! Haven’t made it through yet, but praying this is the year πŸ™‚

  176. Willing to try anything to get out of this horrible funk I’ve been in for months. I can’t stand myself right now.

    1. oh Girl! I have so been there. Jesus, be with Kelly and let her feel Your love around her.

    2. skatblueeyes says:

      Kelly, I got “100 Bible Verses Everyone Should Know By Heart” by Robert Morgan. I got it as a Kindle book. It starts out a little slow, Morgan uses the Holman translation, but otherwise it is a great book with interesting stories of Christians who’ve gone through tremendous adversity relying on memorized verses. You’ll probably already know some of the verses. Just a thought.
      At any rate, we’ve all either been in or we will be in a deep “funk”. God not only knows your sorrows, but he grieves for you pain.
      “You keep track of all my sorrows.
      You have collected all my tears in your bottle.
      You have recorded each one in your book.” PS 56:8

  177. Denise Skinner says:

    Started this challenge late in the year after reading Radical by David Platt; have fallen behind. Thanks for the encouragement to take up the commitment again!

  178. Carol Burton says:

    I have read the Bible through, but it has been a very long time ago. I want to take this challenge and read it through again. But, I don’t want to just read it, I want bto learn and grow because of reading it!

  179. I read a lot in Psalms and Proverbs. With 31 chapters in Proverbs, it is easy to just hop in there. I pray daily for wisdom and grace to meet the day, whatever it brings. Will try to do a year systematically. I also do other studies online. Thanks for your encouragement. Blessings for a new year.
    Joyce

  180. tracy glazner says:

    I want to do this, please!

  181. I’m going to give it a try.

  182. Hi there.
    I would like to give this a try. I have never read the whole bible.

  183. New to your blog. Looking for something like this. I’m in!

  184. Want to give it a try! Thanks for the inspiration!

  185. Im in! Last year i read the bible through for the first time. This challenge really helped me. I did it in less than a year, and chose to reread psalms and proverbs and the new testament to round out the year. Im redy to get started again!

  186. Let’s do it!

  187. I am going to try this again, hopefully being successful this time.

  188. I am in!!

  189. I want to give it a go! Pray for me please… I have a tough time with just sitting and reading my Bible. I’ve always read when I feel led too, but God has impressed it on me that I really need to change that. I need His help making (and sticking to) the commitment to so better and read πŸ™‚

    1. Oh wow, plwase forgive my auto-correct typos πŸ™

  190. This looks like a lot more fun than the one I did on my own last year. Thanks!

  191. Round 2…..didn’t finish in 2013 but I am gna give it another shot

  192. I’ll give it a try!

  193. Yea! I’m in! I love using the olive tree app too.

  194. I would love this, so count me in! πŸ™‚

  195. I’m in!

  196. well I have not yet been successful at following the full year….but a new year and let me try again

  197. I would like to join your challenge πŸ™‚

  198. Colleen M says:

    Count me in for the Bible readings. Thanks

  199. Elizabeth Wright says:

    This is a great challenge! Every year I try a different one… Haven’t been successful yet but hope springs!

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