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Why a reading plan

You're busy. Extremely busy. Your heart is sincere at trying to read the Bible. However, because you don't have a place to start and a path to follow, your best intentions end in frustration and missed opportunity.  

That's why a plan is essential. However, the OwnIt365.com plan is not just a plan. It is an interactive experience that allows you to join with a community of people - just like you - who are striving to make daily Bible reading a part of their routine. 

 

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The OWNit365 “One Story” plan takes you through the key stories of the Bible in one year. The plan shows how the many stories of the Bible make up one interconnected story – God’s story. The plan calls for reading between one to three chapters of Scripture a day from three separate chapters (i.e. the main storyline and key cross references), six days per week. Additionally, the publishers of the OWNit365 reading plans have improved your reading experience by providing an OWNit365 app and website complete with videos, experience guides, dinner discussions, and more.
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The Whole Bible plan is a 6-day-a-week journey through the entire Bible with two readings per day. The acronym "OWN" represents one daily reading from the Old Testament, along with one from the Wisdom Books or New Testament. Each day's reading is designed to balance both the amount you read as well as provide a section which is easier to understand and apply to your life.

Make the most of your reading experience by taking advantage of the resources available on OWNit365.com!
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NT+ is a 6-day-a-week revolutionary way to read through the New Testament. Instead of reading straight through the New Testament, the NT+ plan is strategically divided into reading based on authorship. For example, all of John's, Luke's and Peter's writings are together, while Paul's writings are divided equally over each quarter.  

Five days a week, you'll read one chapter in the New Testament. On the sixth day, you'll read a chapter in the Old Testament that was referenced in the New Testament reading that week to give you context for its New Testament emphasis.  

Make the most of your reading experience by taking advantage of all of the resources through OWNit365.com including the weekly Experience Guide, Family Dinner Devotions, Reading Tips, Small Group Conversation Guides, Videos and much more!
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