Most people think the beginning of the year is on the 1st January, as our modern calendars were inherited from the Romans. However, when you read the Bible, you'll come across references such as "the 14th day of the first month". That's not the 14th of January. The Biblical calendar is lunar based, as opposed to the sun-based seasons as calculated today. Read on. (Articles below are in PDF format).

NumberArticle in PDF format
1Calendar of God
2Abib of God
3God's Calendar Essentials
4Biblical New Moon

God's Calendar. What Calendar?

6Biblical New Year (2013)
7When Does God's Day Begin?
8Abib Report (2014)
9Feast Days for 2014
10Joshua's Long Day & The Sun Stood Still
11When Does God's Day Start?