Bible in 90 Days… Are YOU in?

Over the past few days I’ve been honored to host posts from a few ladies explaining why they are taking on the 90 day challenge and reading the Bible in 90 days along with me, and hopefully you, too, beginning January 1 and ending March 31, just a few days before Easter.

Fortunately, many more of you have committed yourself to the challenge than posts I have published.

I would love to offer up this chance for you to share with the rest of us.

If you are a blogger, I’d like to encourage you to post on your own blog why you are planning to read the Bible, all of it, in 90 days, as part of our online reading community.

Then link up here to your post (not your homepage) so we can begin to get to know each other and start the encouragement before the reading even begins.

Please also include a link to this page in your post so your readers can see what others have to say, and maybe be encouraged to join the challenge.

For those of you who are not bloggers, perhaps you can leave us a message in the comments as to why you are in or how you reached the decision to join. I’d love to read about it.

You are open to link to this post all week, but those linked up or leaving comments by 8 a.m.CST Wednesday morning, December 23, by 3:30 p.m. CST Wednesday afternoon, December 23, will be entered to win a free Bible in 90 Days Bible and Participant’s Guide. You will receive one entry for a comment or link explaining why you are in. Only those with US mailing addresses are eligible to win. The Bible and Participant’s Guide are courtesy of Bible in 90 Days.org, whom I asked if I could create this promotion.

The winner will be announced Wednesday morning at which time I’ll contact the winner by email.

Reading the Bible in 90 days is truly an amazing experience. I will be honest and say that it is not an easy challenge. It takes planning, time, dedication and lots and lots of reading. I’m so excited with every email and comment I receive telling me who is in.

I can’t wait to begin with you and pray for your journey.

Sooooo… Who is in?

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  1. Jamie says

    I’m in. I’ve been reading along so far, but didn’t think to “sign up” until now. It’s been a challenge, but I’m enjoying it (for the most part…Numbers was rough lol).

  2. says

    I am in. I know I am a few days behind (seeing as how it started on the first and it is now the seventh) but I read fast and I am really interested in this. My church read the NT in 40 days and I liked the schedule, the fact that the end was in sight, and that there were others doing it with me. Thank you for the nudge to do something I have always wanted to do.
    .-= Shannon´s last blog ..The Simple Woman’s Daybook =-.

    • Amy says

      I know my great-grandmother read her Bible everyday. I think that has influenced me in my walk. I often wonder what prayers she might have had for me. I hitnk it is great that your grandmother is an influence for you. :)

  3. says

    I know I’m late…but I’m joining in to read the bible in 90 days, too! I think this is an amazing way to start off the new year, and I’m very excited about it!

  4. says

    I’ve been reading along, just haven’t had the chance to blog about it yet! :) Life with three littles at home keeps me busy!!

    Thank you for your encouraging words each day – I am thrilled to be a part of this! I know I will remember it as a turning point in my faith walk with God! :) I am so excited to read the ENTIRE BIBLE from cover to cover! :)

  5. says

    i started my 90 day reading yesterday, i just saw it while browsing the net, for a change i decided to do it also, i searched a any sched online and i found out a pdf file, i’m using my NASB version, but i don’t have any clue on how to do it.

    I started by reading 16 chapters a day and write any revelations or insights i found.
    .-= jhul´s last blog ..A challenge to Myself this New Year =-.

  6. Zoe says

    I’m in! Just read about it on It’s Almost Naptime. Excited for the challenge! Though I am just using my regular Bible (got a new Bible for Christmas, yippee!), but with the 90 day reading schedule.

  7. Michelle says

    YEp, I’m in. I had printed the schedule before I saw this community. I haven’t told very many people because I usually fail miserably at stuff like this.

  8. Meredith Bleasdell says

    I can’t remember if I posted but I am in and moving right along. And four of my friends are reading along with me! We are meeting weekly to encourage one another. Yea God for His Word and yea that we are commited to reading it through!

  9. Margaret says

    I have been trying to spend more quiet time with God. I seem to pray through out the day, but never set aside that quiet time. I feel that God is really asking me to do this, so when I saw the Bible in 90 days on Toni’s site, I knew I had to do it! I just received the Bible and the additional books yesterday in the mail, but I am caught up already! I am really looking forward to this! Thank yo so much for hosting this and all your encouragement!!!

  10. says

    I’m in! I can’t wait to get started! I’ve always wanted to try reading through the Bible and I believe that the Lord lead me to this group so that I wouldn’t be alone in my endeavor. I’m starting tomorrow! God Bless!

  11. jenb says

    I’m in. I pray the power of God’s word will put faith in me. I pray the word of God will change my mind, my heart and my life.
    Its been a long time since I read the Bible and I believe God lead me to this challenge to help me put my faith in Him.

  12. says

    I’m in. Started yesterday but I forgot to post before. Thanks for the bookmark- I’m using that since I can’t buy another Bible right now.

  13. says

    Thanks for motivating us all to read the Bible in 90 days. Since it will be such a challenge, I started early–I guess that’s cheating–but I’m already through Genesis. The very first day’s reading made my heart glad as I noticed the connection between the Lord telling Abram not to be afraid because his “reward” would be very great (many descendants/children) and Psalm 127:3b Children…are a “reward” from Him! Don’t you love it?!

  14. MemeGRL says

    I never found the linky. And I thought I posted that I was in but maybe I didn’t.
    Anyway. I ordered the book and thought it would be here the 4th but here it was at my house by 9:15 today. Got 9 pages in already, and had so much to think about I had to take a break! But I know I can do it. Thanks!

  15. says

    I’m in! OK I’m LATE joining, because I see your Linky is closed, but I did start on time and I’m on schedule. At first I thought that it would be too much, too fast, but actually I think it is a very do-able task, although I do see that it must be a priority. So far I’m enjoying this. I’m reading with a composition notebook next to me, so I can take a quick note or write a question and just keep moving on. I am getting it done in 3 or 4 sessions per day, per reading. I don’t have the 90 day Bible, so I’m using my own, and I just put a sticky note on my current page, and one on the ending page of the day’s reading. It makes it easier to see the daily goal. This is going to be AMAZING! Thank you!
    .-= Dawn´s last blog ..Term 2, Ancient Greece here we come! =-.

  16. DeeAnne says

    I’m am excited. I have never read the Bible through even though I was born into a Christian home, raised in church and went to a Cristian school. What a gift I was given and I haven’t even been willing to utilize it. I hope your website and this group of ladies will be my inspiration to follow through!

  17. Megan says

    I’m ready to try this. Reading the Bible in a year seems like it takes forever, but 90 days sounds so much more feasible.

  18. Veronika says

    I’m in! I have never read the Bible completely through. God blessed me with life and wonderful children and I owe it to myself and them to be thoroughly knowledgeable of His word. :)

  19. Colleen says

    I’ve attempted several times to read the Bible completely thru. Last year even tried the “read thru the bible in a year” Bible. Almost finished, but got behind about 8 or 9 months into it. So thinking that this might be a great way to do it. And with others doing it to that should be even more helpful

  20. says

    As part of my 2010 goals, reading the entire Bible is at the top. I would love to join you in this journey. I was convicted by a blog post of yours a few days ago about thinking what I would “give up” to do the readings everyday. I probably will be spending the afternoon quiet time reading instead of napping or watching tv.

    I haven’t blogged about it yet, but I will soon.
    .-= Alli´s last blog ..Tomorrow is a brand new… year =-.

  21. says

    I haven’t read through the Bible from cover to cover on a schedule before although I am fairly certain I have read every book in the Bible at least once in my life.

    Reading the Bible in 90 days is a unique challenge, so I am commenting to say that I am on board. I have printed the reading schedule (and my husband even asked for a copy to do on his own) and read aloud the first 16 chapters to my 4 children this morning. They were restless, but stayed with me the whole time.

    My methods & preferences may be unconventional for this 90 day study, but we’re all looking forward to it.
    .-= Anne-Marie´s last blog ..2010 To-Do List & Wishful Thinking =-.

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