Looking for the new Bible Reading Plan?

It may be that the annual Bible Reading Plan is the most popular feature on The Barking Fox. Since its first publication in the fall of 2015 (Hebrew year 5775), comments on the reading plan indicate that it is serving the intended purpose of providing a way for students of the Bible to incorporate the annual Torah cycle with reading of the entire Tanakh and Apostolic Writings (or Old and New Testaments as they are commonly called).

So where’s the plan for 2019-2020 (5780)? It’s coming! We’re now in the final stages of preparation and quality control. Look for publication sometime next week, along with an announcement about future publications. Don’t worry! The intent is to continue the annual Bible Reading Plan for the foreseeable future, but with a few changes that we hope will enhance its effectiveness.

Thanks to everyone who has provided feedback and questions over the years – especially asking when the new plan is coming out! Just the fact that people are asking is motivation to keep doing this as a service to God’s people.

Author: Albert J. McCarn

I am a lifelong disciple of Jesus (Yeshua) of Nazareth, an avid student of the Bible, a devoted husband and father, a 29-year veteran of the United States Army, and a historian who connects people with their own stories.

4 thoughts on “Looking for the new Bible Reading Plan?”

  1. I have treasured this wonderful disciplined plan since day ONE. Thank you for the pattern you have created. Abba does everything according to pattern . The
    Living WORD flows from one B’Reisheet to the end.


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