Plan 42 - Ten-minute day challenges are a simple Bible reading plan designed to help younger children to develop a basic understanding of Scripture and a love for reading God’s Word. Remember: Children imitate what they see. If they see you enjoying God’s Word, it’s very likely they will too. Find Out More Here
CHILDREN'S & TEENS
Children's & Teens
Bible Reading Plans
These ten-minute challenges are Bible reading plans designed to help children and teens develop a basic understanding of Scripture and a love for reading God’s Word. These are a 30-day reading plan, but the time frame for completion is six weeks. We understand that when you have kids, life happens, and you may not be able to find time every day.
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1. Six Children's Reading Plans 2. Four Children& Teens Plans 3. Children's Teens Plan - 1st Year 4. Children's Teens Plan - 2nd Year 5. Children's Study Methods 6. Gospel of Luke & John 7. Primary 12 Topical Reading Plans 8. Intermediate Topical Plan 9. Jesus Calling 10. Children's Teens Overview 11. Two Week Reading Plans
Plan 43 - Many of the guidelines for great kids’ devotions start with a level of simplicity that we as adults sometimes take for granted. Ten-minutes is a great goal for a beginner’s reading time. Consider the following four plans when encouraging kids toward establishing a Bible reading time. Check It Out
Plan 45 - 2nd Year - We recommend after finishing Plan 44 to start on Plan 45. This is the second year 52 week plan. This is an excellent plan for older children and Teens. Plan 45 has 10 minutes Morning and Evening Readings for each day for 52 weeks for the second year. Search Out More Here
Resources For Children, Teens & Families - Consider the following Chrildren's Resources when encouraging kids and teens toward establishing a devotional time. Many of the guidelines for great kids’ devotions start with a level of simplicity that we as adults sometimes take for granted. Discover More Here
Children's Plan 46 - This is a plan for older children and Teens. Has 10 minutes once a day Readings for 52 weeks. There are lines to use as a short journal and one question at the end of each week. An excellent reading on the Gospel of Luke and Gospel of John on Jesus. Explore Much Here
Plan 47 - 52 Week 5 Verses a Day. This is an excellent plan for younger and older children. Especially children that are not active readers or get distracted quickly. They are on the Birth of Jesus, Ministry of Jesus, Cross, David, Pauline Epistles, Isaiah, Acts, Proverbs, Creation to Noah, , Moses, and Psalms. Discover Here
Plan 48 - 15 Verses a Day - HIGHLY RECOMMEND: This is an excellent plan for older children and teens and those new to the Bible. Plan 48 has 15 verses a day readings for 52 weeks. This plan concentrates on the highlights of the Bible and is developed for intermediate age children but great for all ages. Start Here
Plan 49 - 40 weeks - This is an excellent plan for EVERYONE. Plan 49 has daily readings for 40 weeks. This Jesus Challenge plan concentrate on everything about Jesus. Has only two pages that we recommend you print out and use as a family or individually for your children. Explore Here
Plans 29- 41 - Short-Term Commitments - This is a place to begin reading the Bible. With 1189 chapters in the Bible, why start with these? First, they are frequently quoted or referenced elsewhere. Second, they are relatively easy to read and understand and are perfect for family reading time with children. More Here
Remember: Children imitate what they see. If they see you enjoying God’s Word, it’s very likely they will too. Provide a quiet space with limited distractions.
Get an age-appropriate, easy to read a translation of the Bible. NIV, NLT or ESV are great for kids. Suggested children's Bible to buy online at Christian Book. Com here.
Encourage your child to write or draw in a journal answering: “What is happening” & “What is God telling me.”