Easter Bible Reading Plan & Printable
With Easter on the horizon, I longed to journey through Scripture and walk through the last weeks of Jesus’ life. My heart needed to be refreshed and reminded how Christ endured suffering to sacrifice His life for mine. For convenience, I created an Easter Bible reading plan that’s perfect for the whole family. It’s designed to help you journey through the last moments of Jesus’ life and through His ascension.
Easter Bible Reading Plan
How does it work?
Using the printable below, read one of the designated Scripture passages daily. Since this Bible reading plan is self-paced, there’s no need to worry about getting behind. Simply start and consider pacing the readings to coordinate the resurrection on Easter Sunday.
What age groups will benefit from this plan?
The Easter Bible reading plan is perfect for families of all ages! Adults can read this on their own to refresh their heart with the Good News of the Gospel. Plus, parents can read these sacred passages aloud to little ones to help them grow deep roots of faith. Plus, the recommended verses are short enough to keep the kid’s attention, too!
What kind of extension activities would coordinate with this plan?
Our family is so excited to incorporate the activities in the Christ-Centered Easter Family Resources along with this reading plan! Details of our faith-filled family Easter activities can be found in this post , so be sure to get your Easter inspiration here!
If you’re looking for simple Bible study resources you can use with any study, the Family Bible Study Toolkit is what you need! This massive Bible study bundle offers 40+ practical Bible study resources for the whole family.
How do I download the Easter Bible Reading Plan?
You can access this printable here >> https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9b5u-KkGOUQZ0xxOS1Ic0lqalE/view?usp=sharing
The Grace & Truth Linkup
As we prepare our hearts for Easter, let’s use this opportunity to draw near to God for deep, soul renewal. By experiencing His grace anew, you can learn to care for and love yourself. I was so encouraged by this week’s feature on the Grace & Truth Linkup, 5 Godly Ways to Care for Your Soul.
This encouraging piece, written by Ginger Harrington, reminds us all that it’s alright to love and care for ourselves.
Soul care that makes the difference – Ginger Harrington
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