"The Million Bible Challenge is a great ministry tool for those who are nervous or apprehensive about personal evangelism. This program allows you to give a complete copy of the Bible to those people in your life who might not otherwise be exposed to the gospel - your neighbor, the clerk at the dry cleaners, your waiter/waitress."
"The Million Bible Challenge is an amazing initiative because it encourages us to share the Word of God with people who may not otherwise have the chance to hear the Good News! What an awesome way to spread the Word to those around us!"
Nelson's Million Bible Challenge -
Thomas Nelson proposes a challenge that would put a Bible in the hands of one million people. One million people! - In comunities across the country who have never heard or read God's Word.
We're calling this mission, "Nelson's Million Bible Challenge", and it only works if we all work together. Skip lunch for a day and give five Bibles away to five different people. These people might be friends, family, co-workers, or even people you don't know - like the teen at the drive-through, the lady at the dry cleaners, or the person who checks you out at the grocery store.We can impact our communities like never before and fulfill;the mission of putting the Word of God into the hands of people everywhere.
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Good affordable outreach BibleUser Review - Peter - Christianbook.com
A good outreach Bible to give away. The size of the text in most such Bibles to give away is too small and that can reduce the reader's tendency to read, too small text makes it just too difficult to read. This one is acceptable. So it is a good and affordable outreach Bible. Read full review
The print was smaller than expected. My grands are getting to know the Bible. So it was a great choice for me. Read full review
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The Holy Bible: New King James Version, Black, Giant Print, Bonded Leather ...
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