by Jason Mayfield
Reading the Bible isn't hard. Understanding the Bible isn't always easy, but you don't understand until you read. We set reading as the priority. You can read the Bible more than once in about 15 minutes a day.
In the age of massive productivity, it's easy to overlook this ancient ritual. Spending time with The Lord is the most beneficial of all practices. Tear Up Your Bible helps to guide you and remind you that it matters!
We write in our Bibles. Why? We want to be able to open the book and visually see that we've been here before! In dry seasons it's a refreshing encouragement, in fruitful seasons it's a reminder that our success is from The Lord.
I took the original (and best) TUYB reading plan and refined it!
I went through every day of the plan to make sure that you can reasonably estimate how long it will take to complete each daily reading.
Read the entire New Testament in the first 70 days!
Read the New Testament more than twice.
The Old Testament starts with a summary.
Alternate readings between Old and New Testaments.
No straight through readings... it stays interesting all year long!
but it does take considerable time to make, produces much correspondence to answer, and requires money to host.
If you can contribute any amount, it is greatly appreciated.
If you are a pastor and would like to do this plan with your church, it would be appropriate to donate $1 per person you have in attendance on the average Sunday.