The Perspective Bible Timeline is found at http://bibletimelinesite.com/ This chart is done in Microsoft Excel and can be printed out 1×3 sheets of paper, 2×5 sheets or even 12 feet long for teaching. Costs $12.50.
Read through the Bible in one year
EWord Today http://www.ewordtoday.com/year/ has charts for various versions, and various starting dates. You can read it on line (and it will cross off the sections you have read!) or print it out.
Beginning to End: Read the Bible from start to finish, from Genesis to Revelation.
Chronological: Read the Bible as its events occurred in real time. For example, Job lived sometime after the beginning of creation (Genesis 1) but before Abraham was born (Genesis 12). As a result, the Book of Job is integrated into the Book of Genesis.
Historical: Read the books of the Bible as they were written historically, according to the estimated date of their writing.
New then Old: A BibleYear.com exclusive! Read through the New Testament first, then read through the Old Testament.
Old and New: Each day includes a passage from both the Old Testament and New Testament.
Into Thy Word http://www.intothyword.org/pages.asp?pageid=53493 has several kinds of Bible reading plans and charts that you can download and print out. In addition to chronological order, canonical order, historical order, they also have a plan to read through the Bible by genera.
Discipleship Journal has a one year plan where you simultaneously read through four difference sections of the Bible: http://www.navpress.com/uploadedFiles/15074%20BRP.dj.pdf They have other plans too at http://www.navpress.com/dj/content.aspx?id=138
Biblical Backgrounds http://bibback.com/Mhome.html has a great Bible mapping course. Book is downloadable free and the superb maps can be ordered. See site for cost.
Studying the Bible in context is the goal of Biblical Backgrounds. Innovative 3-D maps, period charts and text provide easy entry into the world and land of the Bible. These materials are used in self-study, high school and college courses, church seminars and home schooling.
Bible Mapper mapping program (software) is available at http://www.biblemapper.com/index.htm Free. Works fine in Vista.
Bible Mapper is a fully interactive, highly accurate Bible mapping system that helps you quickly and easily create customized maps of the Holy Lands or study a particular period and aspect of Bible history.
The Scripture Memory Connection at http://www.memoryverses.org/index.shtml has a free downloadable program to help you memorize Scripture. It even works in Vista and Windows 7. It is an audio-visual way to learn verses. Makes it kind of fun! It even has a way to print out verse cards for portable reviewing.
For the digitally savvy:
Electronic resources for Biblical Studies – Just about everything that’s out there is listed here somewhere!