You may have seen the Bible in 90 Days curriculum at your local bookstore. Although this sounds like a highly ambitious challenge, reading the Bible in 90 days only means reading about 12 pages a day in a specially formatted NIV Thinline Bible. Of course you can certainly read through the Bible on your own in 90 days, and technically you don't need a special Bible (simply take the complete page numbers in any Bible and divide by 90!). However, attempting to complete a goal like this within a group creates for better accountability and raises the odds that you will actually finish on time. I'm contemplating leading a group at my church through this program this summer if there's enough interest.
So what does any of this have to do with the TNIV? Well, I noticed while looking at the curriculum that it's also been adapted for those who want to use the TNIV instead of the NIV. Page numbers in this plan can be used with The TNIV Bible: Timeless Truth in Today's Language or the TNIV Thinline XL, Larger Print Edition.
As I said, I'm contemplating leading a group at church through this program if there's enough interest. I have the XL edition of the TNIV mentioned above, so I would probably use that Bible. I'd be interested to hear from others who have gone through the Bible in 90 Days (the actual program/plan). Did you use one of the adapted Bibles or your own? Did you make this goal by yourself, or did you participate in a group using the curriculum? If you were in a group, what was the success rate like regarding those who actually finished reading the Bible in 90 days?