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The Story Behind Immerse

Another Bible. Another curriculum. Another study guide. Another campaign. Pastors are constantly being bombarded with offers for the “next big thing.”

Immerse wasn’t dreamt up as a clever way to sell more Bibles. Rather, it’s the result of more than a decade of research into the biggest barriers to Bible reading. Out of that research and experimentation came a philosophy of what it means to read the Bible well, which has finally led to Immerse.

Learn more and get involved: ImmerseBible.com

Watch: IFBR Interview at Q Nashville 2017

Earlier this year we were invited backstage at the Q Conference in Nashville to record an interview in response to the topic: How Can We Better Engage The Bible? This is the featured topic on the Q Ideas website this week, and IFBR Director Paul Caminiti is the featured voice in response to this question.

Check out the video below in which Paul diagnoses some of the problems with the current Bible paradigm, casts a vision for the future, and talks a bit about Immerse: The Bible Reading Experience

 

 

Announcing Immerse: The Bible Reading Experience

The Institute for Bible Reading is committed to putting our research and perspective into action by creating real resources for churches to help their congregations read the Bible well.

We’re proud to announce what we believe is our best work yet.

Immerse: The Bible Reading Experience, featuring the new six-volume Immerse: The Reading Bible, is the first initiative from our alliance with Tyndale House Publishers announced in February. This fall, churches across America are invited to take a deep dive into the Scriptures with the Immerse: Messiah (New Testament) or Immerse: Beginnings (Torah) campaigns.

The Bible Reading Movement is happening. Join the movement!

Visit ImmerseBible.com to learn more and sign up for email updates

Read the press release published by Religion News Service:


Churches across America to Immerse in Scripture this Fall

CAROL STREAM, Ill. (May 4, 2017) – Tyndale House Publishers announces Immerse: The Bible Reading Experience, ™ a bold new campaign to help communities of believers truly know and understand the Bible.

Participants will use Immerse: The Reading Bible,™ a new six-volume reading Bible developed by the Institute for Bible Reading and Tyndale. This innovative new Bible features today’s most readable Bible translation, the Holy Bible, New Living Translation. Each of the six volumes provides the base for an eight- week reading experience. With one eight-week reading experience in the fall and another in the spring, participants will establish an ongoing three-year rhythm of Bible engagement.

Immerse: The Bible Reading Experience™ is the first initiative from the alliance announced in February between the Institute for Bible Reading (IFBR) and Tyndale House Publishers…

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