The Video Bible

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The Video Bible, a mission-based organization committed to spreading the good news of the Bible far and wide, announced the launch of the world’s first free Video Bible.

Using the crowdfunded model, The Video Bible, is committed to sharing the Word, the good news, and the love of Jesus in a video and audio format that allows everyone  — young, old, dyslexic, illiterate, disabled, and the perfectly healthy — to engage Scripture in a deep and meaningful way in today’s digital age.

The mission launched with the book of James, Philippians, and Philemon, followed by the Gospels, the remainder of the New Testament, and the Old Testament. It concentrates on producing the books of the Bible that introduce Jesus to the world. Once completed, The Video Bible will span 90 hours, and be available in multiple languages as the first fully illustrated Bible.

The Video Bible invites everyone to enjoy it for free on YouTube, while encouraging the “donate what you can” model for those who are passionate about joining the mission to spread the good news and love of Jesus.

Seventy-five million people, or 20 percent of the US population, cannot read, and 35 million people are dyslexic, making the written word difficult to process. Moreover, for 54.1 million senior citizens, reading has become increasingly difficult. That means that nearly one third of the population of the United States has limited ability to experience the message of the written Bible. The Video Bible will not only serve this need in the United States, but around the world.

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