Since December, I've been the secretary of the Young Women's organization of my church. We decided to try to challenge the girls (and ourselves) to read the whole Book of Mormon during their summer break- that is, reading about 7 pages a day for 11 weeks. (starting yesterday) I'm calling it the "7-11 Summer Scripture Challenge".
I remember when I was in seminary (in High School) and they always had "March Madness", where they would challenge you to read the entire Book of Mormon in 1 month. (which I am ashamed to say, I never attempted) I think this seems a lot more manageable (particularly since the girls have no homework now).
If you want to follow along (it's not too late to catch up!), here's the schedule I made and printed out for everyone to use as a bookmark. I just finished reading the Doctrine and Covenants and Pearl of Great Price again, so I'm glad to have a new scripture reading goal.
Each Sunday, during opening exercises, we are having "Scripture Spotlight" time where if any of the girls (or leaders, I suppose) have any scriptures that particularly stuck out to them or that they really liked, they can share them with each other. I have decided to do this as I read on my other blog, if any of you care to follow along.
PS I cheated and started reading last week, so I would be able to tell the girls about my experience so far, when we issued the challenge yesterday.