My 2019 Bible Reading Plan – Bibles and Coffee

My 2019 Bible Reading Plan

on November 29, 2018
Alright guys, *spoiler alert* 2018 is coming to an end- SHOCKER, I know. And as I look back on 2018 (this is me being 100% transparent with you), I gravely feel like my time with Jesus was compromised with being “too busy” this year. Granted, yes, I did get married + planned the whole darn thing from start to finish. But that’s seriously NOT an excuse! 

Mike and I chatted earlier this year about how much we loved our first year of dating, primarily because we committed to read through the Bible together (via The Daily Walk), cover to cover. Sounds a little cray cray/intense, am I right?? For us, it was the most enjoyable thing we have ever done together. We got to hold one another accountable, learn about Jesus and ask questions regularly.

We didn’t do it to say that we read through the whole Bible or claim that we knew more than others (because lets be real, that aint happening in a lifetime, let alone one year) we did it because we found ourselves in a season of unknown. We both knew what we wanted, which was to learn more about Jesus and to build a relationship. The problem was, we didn’t really know how to get there.

Bible study and going to church was great, but it simply wasn’t enough. We wanted to dive in head first, we wanted to enrich our everyday lives and do something that would strengthen our relationship with one another + with Jesus. 

And that’s when The Daily Walk was introduced to us. 

So as 2019 approaches, we have decided to read The Daily Walk, again, as husband and wife. If you are new to the word, in a season of unknown, unfamiliar with the Bible yet are aching to know more, I couldn’t recommend anything better for you to do that this. Once we had ended that year, the Bible lost the intimidation factor (prior to reading it, it was the MOST intimidating thing to open up…) and it became the most amazingly familiar thing in our lives, besides one another.

We want you to experience that freedom in the word, too. 

With that said, there are a few tools (books + supplies) that I read alongside my

Bible, more often than not, to help dive a step deeper in understanding. They are 110% not necessary, but in my opinion, extremely useful.


The Most Significant People, Places, And Events In The Bible

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Yes, this is a book for kids. But sometimes, we need some colorful, pretty photos and a very simplified description of what is happening. I LOVE this book.

Learn the Bible in 24 Hours

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This book is so awesome, it breaks down each chapter by the hour, covering details that will rock your world. I like to read this prior to my Bible so that I have an understanding of what is happening in depth prior to reading. 

Rainbow Study Bible

This was a more recent find, but a super cool one. It won’t be for everyone but its nice to peep at when you are truly confused with the purpose of a passage! The whole Bible is highlighted already and each color represents something, whether that be sin, salvation, God, love, etc. 

My Everyday Journaling Goodies

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Study StickiesJournaling Paper ClipsBible Note CardsHighlightersPost-It NotesUltra Fine Point Micro Line PensMicron Blister Card Ink Pen SetCynthia Rowley Ballpoint Retractable Pens


If you feel called to join this journey through the Bible this year, LET ME KNOW by using the hashtag #TDWBXC (The Daily Walk Bibles x Coffee)

by Kaye martin on February 29, 2020

I had a lot of 2019 bible plans some showing my finished and starting results. I bought a new phone and my bible was not transferred. Is there any way that I can retrieve my old plans like before? I really miss them

by Kaye martin on February 29, 2020

I had a lot of 2019 bible plans some showing my finished and starting results. I bought a new phone and my bible was not transferred. Is there any way that I can retrieve my old plans like before? I really miss them

by Tori Kribs on January 18, 2019

is your Daily Walk Bible hardcover? i can only find paperback and would like a hardcover one, so was wondering where you got it if it is!

by Alba on January 09, 2019


Excited to try it with you!! I never read daily walk!


by Tiena Wisniewsky on January 05, 2019

Thanks for the recommendation of the DWB! I purchased a paperback copy from Amazon and am excited to join the daily walk journey. Also, I just ordered a set of Bibles & Coffee floral tabs to use in my new DWB!!! yay!
Enjoy all your posts & encouraging words! #TDWBXC

by Gretchan on January 02, 2019

This is so very helpful. Been wanting to deepen my walk but often feel at a loss of a good place to start. Overwhelmed I guess it the right word. #TDWBXC

by Jen on January 02, 2019

Wow I love all the resources you listed! I hadn’t heard of several of the Books mentioned! Thank you for your constant encouragement and tips! They are so helpful in my faith journey! Excited to try #TDWBXC ! 😘💕

by Lisana on January 02, 2019


by Monica on January 01, 2019


by Iris on December 29, 2018

I recently purchased a used copy of the DWB (1987) and am thrilled to join you in this journey. Thank you for your encouraging post.

by Donna on December 29, 2018


by Shalawn on December 27, 2018


by Marie on December 27, 2018

I would love to join you this year!
I have been meaning to read thru the Bible and this year I will with your help :)

by Portia Monaheng on December 26, 2018

Wow, what amazing tools.
I am currently at a place in my journey with God where I have become so hungry for the word. Recently experienced God’s grace in incredible measures and cannot explain how much I desire to grow in my knowledge of the truth He speaks through the Bible.

I would love to get these tools. Any chance you could put them in a package for us in other countries to buy them directly from you? I am struggling to find them online without having to pay multiple shipping charges and tax. I am a student in South Africa and would really appreciate if you could create an (affordable) box of goodies that includes all these tools to get me started in the new year.


by Jeannette Clark on December 13, 2018

Thank you for this encouraging post. I appreciate your authenticity about your reading and Bible study plan. Agai, thank you.

by Karen on November 30, 2018

As always, you inspire me! Blessings

by Sharolitt on November 29, 2018

I so look forward to your scribbled pages pictures again ♥️ They are so encouraging!

by Shalawn on November 29, 2018

My husband and I will be reading and studying The Daily Walk Bible together! #TDWBXC

by Amanda Starcevich on November 29, 2018

Boy did I need this today!! Being a parent can be the most rewarding or frustrating thing in life. Today was not a great day to be the mom of a 15 year old boy…then I saw this post…I talked to my son and we made a plan together. We are going to read the entire bible cover to cover in 2019! I just ordered many of your suggestions and we plan to start asap to give us a couple of grace days during 2019 for things like finals week when he may not have as much time! Instead of going to bed feeling defeated we are both going to bed with hope and excitement! Thank you for this!

by Katherine W on November 29, 2018

Thank you for sharing your resources. I was just looking for a new bible study. I would also recommend the NIV life application study bible as a resource. It is amazing! I am looking forward to walking through the bible with you :)


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