Kids’ Bible Reading Plan – Free Printable

When I gave my oldest daughter her first full children’s Bible and let her loose on reading it independently, I forgot about the R-rated sections of the Old Testament. While much of the Bible is great for kids, I just wasn’t quite ready to explain or address some of the more graphic murder and incest scenes with runny-nosed 1st grader who still occasionally wet the bed.

But I also had trouble finding a children’s devotional that gave her any significant chunks of Scripture for her to read for herself.

Long story short… I didn’t ever quite find what I was looking for. But I did find some great ideas/suggestions on good books of the Bible for kids to start with, and a few warnings on which parts to avoid! So I decided to just put it all together into a 12-month plan.

If this sounds like something that might be useful for your family, check out this free Kids’ Bible Reading Plan printable!

Family Devotions You Don’t Have to Be an Expert to Lead

It can feel overwhelming to figure out where to start in growing in faith as a family. Endless memory verses and character traits and spiritual disciplines to tackle, and so little time! Thankfully, we don’t have to do it all. All we need to do is to start somewhere. Over days, weeks, months, and years, our tiny steps forward all add up!

If you are looking for a way to get your whole family growing in faith together, then these simple lessons are a great place to start.