- Was established in 2001 as a 501(c)(3) organization.
- Is committed to developing quality educational
materials to support academic Bible study.
- Has published the only First Amendment safe textbook
for academic Bible study in America’s public schools.
Because of the academic nature of the course, it has not
faced any legal challenges.
- Has supported the passage of legislation encouraging
academic Bible study in 8 states: Georgia, Texas, South
Carolina, Tennessee, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Arizona,
and Arkansas. Missouri and North Carolina are among
those states considering similar action.
- Has gained more than 5 percent market share in 8
states: Georgia, Alabama, Indiana, Texas, North
Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina, and Kentucky.
- Was published in 2005 and updated in 2011.
- Has a digital edition in development.
- Is accepted as the national and international
standard for academic Bible study in public schools.
- Has supported instruction for 100,000 students in
580 schools in 43 states.
- Helps students better understand English literature,
history, art, music, and culture through elective
courses for high school students in grade 9-12.
- Has been featured in TIME Magazine and on the TODAY
- Builds character through daily exposure to Biblical
- Continues to influence students’ lives positively.
Upon completion of the course, 71 percent of students
indicate that they will continue to read the Bible.