When you finish with a Bible reading plan, don't lose momentum. Reading through the entire Bible is a great achievement, but all of us need to keep God's Word in our heads as much as possible. So, once you've finished with one, jump into another plan.
You may want to pick a different type of plan to keep things interesting, and we've added a number of new ones for 2013. There's certainly something to fit any lifestyle. So, how do you change plans? It's easy.
First, just sign in and go to the Reading Plan page.
Next, look for the "Finished with Entire Reading Plan?" link above the list of daily readings on the right-hand side of the page. It looks like this:
Click that link and confirm your choice. (We don't want you to accidentally lose your progress.) You'll then be taken to a page to select a new reading plan.
And that's it. You're ready to get started.
If you ever have any problems, you can always contact us, and we'll get it fixed.
Tell us what plan you've picked in the comments.
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