Bible Society have a great new Easter Bible reading plan for March. The resources they’ve been producing over the last year are good quality, easy to use and biblical. I like the global approach to these short videos with people from around the world reading each day. Sign up for the daily email here. Check out this first video here:

Here is the press release from Bible Society:

Christians send Easter messages from around the world.

For many, Easter is more about bunnies and chocolate than about the great miracle that transforms lives. At the Bible Society, we want everyone to know about Christ’s atoning sacrifice, and how his resurrection can bring newness into their very own life.

That’s why we’ve invited friends from around the world to share the Easter story, in our “Easter from Around the World” campaign. Those who sign up will receive daily video emails from March 1, each bringing a Scripture reading and points to ponder. You’ll here from thirty-one people in twenty-five countries, like China, Brazil, and Albania – and from the very part of the world where an empty tomb first revealed a resurrected Christ!

“Easter changed the whole world, so it’s great to hear this Easter message from Christians around the globe,” says Chris Melville, the Bible Society’s Campaigns and Programmes Manager. “I hope the videos help everyone recognise how much of an impact the Easter story has had on lives everywhere.”

“For instance, the very first video comes from the Amity Printing Press in China, which has just printed its 100 millionth Bible! Could there be a better story than that, of the reality of Christ and the Word of God in countries across the globe.”

Those who’ve already signed up for the Bible Society’s Live light in 25 words campaign will automatically receive these Easter emails. Others are invited to sign up now at biblesociety.org.au/dailybible and to invite others to do so as well.

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