90 Days in the Word

Take the challenge to read God's Word from Genesis to Revelation chronologically in 90 days! The free guide below will be a great resource to know what to read each day (about 45 minutes/day), track your progress, journal reflections and questions, and memorize Scripture along the way.


Take the 90 Days in the Word Challenge

Download this free guide to help you along the way. Print it out or use it digitally to track your progress, thoughts, and prayers throughout these 90 days. It's undated. Start whenever!

Where does God fit into your routines?

A couple of weeks ago, I was astounded (and convicted) by some statistics I read about how long it takes to read the Bible from cover to cover. I’ve tried the whole Bible in a Year or Bible in Two Years thing, and I never stay consistent. By March or April, I’m onto some new Bible Study and decide it’s better to stay focused on one book with richer and deeper study than it is to have read the whole thing rushed.

I can’t, for the life of me, recall where I saw the post/stats I’m referencing, but here’s a recap:

  • Read 15 minutes a day, and you’ll finish the Bible in 1 year.

  • Read 30 minutes a day, and you’ll finish the Bible in 160 days.

  • Ready 45 minutes/1 hour a day, and you’ll finish the Bible in 70-90 days.

  • Read 1.5 hours a day, and you’ll finish the Bible in 40 days.

I remember hearing Francis Chan share about reading the Bible from cover to cover in 1 week. That would average out to about 10 hours/day, give or take. I was impressed and jealous that he could do such a thing (I suppose it is his job after all).

I’m embarrassed to admit that I have not read the entire Bible. I’ve read Genesis a few times, most of the New Testament repeatedly, the Psalms once or twice, and John at least 20 times, but I’ve missed a few along the way. Amos? Haggai? Lamentations? Oy.

There’s nothing wrong with enjoying a deeper study. You know how much I like getting into the nitty-gritty of the text, the word studies, and all that. I could spend a week on one word alone!

But how weird would it be if we received a lengthy letter from a loved one, and only read parts of it over and over again without reading the entire letter?

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