Through the end of March and into April, we will be reading through the book of Mark. On this page, you can find our Bible reading plan, tips on how to read the Bible as well video to guide you through understanding Mark’s account of the good news of Jesus.

Along with readings from Mark we’ve included readings from John’s gospel account as well as the Psalms and Isaiah to better show how Mark while a unique and self-contained text works in concert with the rest of scripture.

We encourage you to read with others and discuss what you are learning and discovering.

We hope these resources bless you as you seek God through his word.

Before you read each day:

We invite you to start by saying a simple prayer: “God, would you help me to see and understand what you have for me in this time? Help me to know you more so I may follow you more closely.”

After reading each passage take a moment to consider these questions (note: it can be helpful to write down your answers to these questions):

  1. What did this chapter say? About God? Jesus? People? Life? Etc.
  2. What is the main theme or truth of this passage?
  3. What is one way you can apply this passage to your life? Is there a step of obedience I can take? Try to think of something specific you could begin right away.


A prayer to close your time could be something like this: “God, thank you for the Bible, and how it helps us to know you. Would you help me to remember what I’ve read today and may it have an impact on how I live, starting today?”

March 17th- 23rd

Mark 1

Mark 2

Mark 3

Mark 4

March 24th – 30th

Mark 5

Mark 6

Mark 7

Mark 8

March 31st – April 6th

Mark 9

Mark 10

Mark 11

Mark 12

April 7th – 13th

Mark 13

Mark 14

John 17

John 18

April 14th – 20th

Mark 15

Mark 16

John 19

Isaiah 53

April 21st – 27th

John 20

John 21

Psalm 51

Psalm 34

Psalm 23

Psalm 63


Bible Project Videos:

Reading the Book of Mark:

The Gospel according to Mark

Reading the Book of John

Reading the Psalms