The NAE Bible Reading Guide is a checklist of daily Scripture readings. For decades, churches across the nation have used this guide to help their members make God’s Word part of their every day.
This year’s guide is a special edition in celebration of the Year of the Bible. The 2020 guide features a new reading plan (more details below) to coincide with an engaging 7–10 minute daily podcast (TheBibleRecap.com) that summarizes each day’s reading. Many try to read through the Bible but lose momentum. The Bible Recap podcast is created to empower and encourage readers every day!
The 2020 cover highlights the Year of the Bible seal. With a simple vision to see “more people in the Bible more,” many individuals, churches and organizations have declared 2020 to be the Year of the Bible. We are excited to be part of this effort. Your church is already helping your members get in the Word. Learn about other opportunities at YearOfTheBible.com.
The 2020 guide offers:
- Daily readings in chronological order;
- Compact design to fit inside even the smallest Bibles; and
- Packages of 50, 250 or 500 copies, discounted accordingly.
If you would like to mail in your order, please download this form, fill it out, print and mail to:
National Association of Evangelicals
P.O. Box 23269
Washington, DC 20026
Details About the Reading Plan
This year’s chronological reading schedule was created by Blue Letter Bible. It is a different reading schedule than previous years. We encourage you to review the schedule by viewing this guide preview. You may also follow along with the daily readings by signing up for this reading plan in YouVersion.
The Blue Letter Bible chronological plan is compiled according to the order in which recorded events occurred and will help you add historical context to your reading of the Bible. In many cases, the guide alternates between books of the Bible to consistently reflect that order. For example, Matthew 12, Mark 3 and Luke 6 are included on the same day’s reading as they record the same events told by different authors.
It is also important to note that in the 2020 guide the Psalms are not on Sundays, as in past NAE guides. Instead, they are included throughout I and II Samuel, I and II Kings, and a few other Scripture readings, as appropriate.