Why Commuter Bible?
more time in the Word!
Convenience of a podcast
Subscribe, and your next reading is lined up for you.
Readily available on your favorite podcast app.
Get time in the Word when you drive, ride, bike, walk, run, cook, clean, get ready, prep meals, and more.
Consistency of a reading plan
Each plan is designed to help you meet a specific reading goal (Old Testament, New Testament, or the entire Bible) at five days a week over the course of a year. We even break for holidays so you don't get behind.
No charts/papers necessary: we post the next reading for you.
Accountability! As each episode lands in your subscriptions, you'll remember to prioritize time in the Word.
Better than standard audio Bibles
Introductions help set the stage for each reading.
Music breaks with original music ease listening fatigue.
Expressive reading by a pastor who reads the text with interpretive emphasis (standard readings by voice-actors are intentionally devoid of expression).
Find the reading plan that's right for you.
Our flagship reading plan takes you through the entire Bible in a year. Readings are 25-30 minutes in length and alternate between Old & New Testaments (completing one book at a time) with secondary readings from wisdom books throughout the year.
Our "quiet" line-up reading plan is queued up beginning in Genesis and ending in Revelation. No introductions or music breaks: just narration. We'll let you know what the episode covers and then leave you alone after that.
Commuter Bible Q (new!)
Read through the Old Testament chronologically in a year. Readings average 20 minutes per episode and include a short secondary reading from Psalms or Proverbs. Pair w/ Commuter Bible NT for an alternate full-Bible reading plan.
Commuter Bible OT
Read through the New Testament in the course of a year. Readings are less than 10 minutes per episode and generally include one chapter per episode. Like the original Commuter Bible plan, we'll cover whole books chapter-by-chapter, moving between books throughout the year. Pair with Commuter Bible OT for an alternate full-Bible reading plan.