Journey is a great way to get started in the app. This reading experience introduces reading movements within the biblical story and will enable you to identify skills, themes, and patterns as you read.
Another way to begin is by exploring an individual video or podcast episode. We’ve connected and hyperlinked these materials with other related resources in our library, recommended books, and more.
Nope! Feel free to dive in and explore our resource library. But if you’d like to track your reading journey progress or see which resources you’ve previously explored, you will need to log in with an existing BibleProject account or create an account with us.
Yep! Our app showcases our new reading journey—a fresh immersive format to help you build reading skills and biblical pattern recognition as you make your way through movements of Scripture.
To begin a reading journey, select the Journey tab and dive into the first section, Movements and Links.
While the BibleProject app doesn’t feature our previous reading plan format, you can still access the One Story yearly reading plan and a variety of other themed reading plans designed by our Education team through the YouVersion Bible app right here. (We're big fans of their app!)
The iOS version of the app currently has the option to choose between using the New International Version, the New International Reader’s Version, the New Living Translation, the Amplified Bible, and the New American Standard Bible.
The Android version currently supports the New American Standard Bible with more translations coming soon.
Since we only provide resources and content for these apps, we’re unable to offer troubleshooting help.
However, you can contact the Read Scripture team and YouVersion Technical Support for more precise technical help with their apps.
The app is currently optimized to run on iOS (14+) and Android (5+) mobile devices—and we’re planning for tablet support to be introduced later this year, too.
We’ve designed each movement in the reading journey as a dynamic invitation to encourage a deeper practice of meditating on Scripture, rather than part of a one-size-fits-all reading plan.
Each movement has the option for different levels of engagement and depth, depending on each person's self-set interest and pace, as they encounter and explore Scripture through reading, study, and reflection. We hope to offer a new approach to engaging Scripture, by re-framing the question: "How much time would you like to spend on each movement?"
If you’d like to hear us talk more about our approach to deeper study and meditation on Scripture, check out ’Literature for a Lifetime’ from the Paradigm podcast series.