Monday, January 6, 2014

Daily Audio Bible

A common resolution at the beginning of the year is to be more faithful reading God’s Word. It can be hard to figure out where to start, so I wanted to share a cool free resource I’ve found called Daily Audio Bible.

At its heart, Daily Audio Bible is, as the name implies, a daily audio reading of the Bible. Each “episode” consists of an Old Testament reading, a New Testament reading, something from the Psalms, and something from Proverbs. At the end of a year of reading the entire Bible is covered. The narrator, Brian Hardin, gives an overview of each new book as well as some wrap up thoughts after the day’s reading. Additionally, the readings are taken from a variety of translations, which keeps the perspective fresh.

There also is a community aspect to Daily Audio Bible where listeners can submit prayer requests, or follow along with Brian’s speaking schedule.

I’ve just starting listening this year and it’s been a great thing. I download the episodes automatically to my phone via a podcast app so they are ready each morning but you can listen via the website as well. Each episode is about 30 minutes so it’s perfect for breakfast time, working out, commuting, or lunch.

I was introduced to Daily Audio Bible by my good friend Rob Still. Rob has a more lengthy review at his website if you want more information. And if you decided to use this reading plan, let me know so we can follow along together!

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Joe Mazza is the Director of Worship Arts at BUMC. You can contact Joe here.

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