Hearing the Bible in new ways
Just as the invention of print changed the availability of the Bible and the ways people read it, in our time again technologies (especially the Internet and mobile phones) are changing our ways of reading.
This site aims to enable and equip the mobile Internet generation (of whatever age) with resources.
On NZ's Labour Weekend holiday 21 to 24 October 2005 (beginning Friday morning local time, and finishing early Monday morning) we broadcast the whole Bible live from this site.Over 300 volunteers participated giving lots of different accents from NZ and around the world. We believe this was the first time anyone had broadcast a reading of the Bible (cover to cover though not the Apocrypha/Deuterocanonicals) live to the whole world on the web.
From the best chapters of the BibleCast, with others specially recorded, we are offering daily chapters and also readings that will take you through the whole Bible in a year, the chapter a day version includes brief focus points: |think| |pray| and |do|. Imagine having quiet-time in the gym, or while cooking lunch, or walking in the park!