The Torah (Genesis through Deuteronomy) is the foundation of all Scripture. These five books serve as a basis for understanding the rest of Scriptures.
For this reason the Jewish sages developed a system for studying the Torah after the Jewish captives had returned from Babylon.
During the time of Yeshua two different cycles of reading were in use. One was accomplished in one year's time, the other took three years to complete.
The common practice today is to read the entirety of the Torah and the companion Haftorah Scriptures in a one year cycle. The Haftorah Scriptures were developed during the reign of Antiochus Epiphanies (175-164 BCF) because the Jewish people were forbidden to read the Torah. However, they managed to get around the prohibition by seting up a cycle of readings in the Navi'im (The Prophets) which reminded them in some way of the Torah portion that was normally read that particular Sabbath
Likewise Believers have added Scriptures from the Brit HaDoshah (New Covenant), which remind them in some way of the Torah portion that is normally read on that particular Sabbath.
Many Jewish commentaries are available (on the internet) which can aid in this study. Additionally, the MIA has several teachers who provide a weekly commentary on each parasha.
Most people purchase a calendar to obtain a schedule of the weekly Torah Readings. However, we believe that a schedule that would easily slip in your Bible, and would be available at no cost, would reach far more people. So we have developed a four page 5x8" brochure in a PDF which can be easily downloaded.
If your printer prints on both sides it will take only one sheet of paper. If not it will take two sheets.