I've been working on this post for awhile, and I'm hoping it proves to be helpful for some of you who are new teachers and for those who need to revamp your current schedule. I am getting more into the Workshop Model this year, so this is a thing that is subject to change for me; as always you have to do what works best for you and your kids! I've broken this post down into steps in hopes that it will help you plan out your own schedule. At the end of the post, I'll share a Schedule Freebie that I made and adapted for my classroom needs.
If this is your first time here, then welcome! Together, the readers here have completed over 25 Bible reading challenges, including annual reading challenges and monthly reading challenges. But first, where are we headed?
January is the month of the year when the reality of life tends to set in. Perhaps the weight of the unknown is a cause for worry and stress as the new year presses in.
One of the best ways to get to know God more is to read his word.
When we know his word personally, we can then work to fulfill the purpose for which he created us! You can share what you are learning on social media or just keep it between you and God.
My goal through the reading is to draw closer to Jesus, and I want that for you too! For this month, we will use the hashtags purejoyjournal and biblereadingplan.
Once a week, usually Reading schedule Fridays, I post a summary of what I learned through the week here on the blog and invite you to share what God is teaching you in the comments. My awesome ministry partner, Mindy, is leading this group and you are going to love her so much!
She and I have worked together this entire year to build and create this format and honed it to be what God would have. Personally the Lord has convinced me that soaking in his word each day is the best soul treatment I could possibly encounter.
So while our community has completed Bible reading challenges for several years, I knew God was asking me to provide a stronger tool than the simple Bible reading plan printable I offer each month. As a result, I created a Bible reading plan and journal combination.
This resource is designed to provide a topical theme for 31 days of Bible reading passages. The second and current edition of this journal has been expanded to include two pages for each day. Throughout this year, I have made changes to the format. A couple months back, I expanded the journal from one page a day to two pages a day, and yet I believe it is still something the average person can complete within a reasonable span of time on a personal level.
I designed these particular Bible reading plans and journals to be doable on a consistent, daily basis. This is not a Bible study with large amounts of developed content; it is a tool to be used for you to grow personally.
Thank you for your obedience to God in creating this tool. Love the simple format! As a mom of little ones, it is so doable! Thank you for doing these. They help me so much not only to encourage me to read my Bible more, but to apply what I read.
Please keep them coming! It is not necessary to purchase the journal in order to participate in this Bible reading challenge.
However, I am confident that you will experience a greater success in daily reading when you enjoy the personal accountability the journal provides.Once again, my super nerdy book reading schedule is a chart I designed to stay disciplined in my professional and personal development. I’ve used it for a little over a .
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Note: Your meter may be read . The Reading Public Schools strives to ensure that all students will have common challenging meaningful learning experiences in the academics, health and wellness, the arts, community service, co-curricular activities, and athletics.
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The Meter Reading schedule is subject to change during the course of the year.