Bible League International

Bible League International (main office)

E-mail Address:
Physical Address:
3801 Eagle Nest Dr.
Crete, IL 60417
United States of America

Bible League Southern Africa

Email Address:

Local Contact Person

Frans Boer (Director of International Donor Relations)
+31 (0)6 2298 6977
Skype: live:fboer_7

Ministry impact since 1938

People reached with God’s Word

52 million

People trained to share God’s Word

3.9 million

Churches planted

70 000

Check out the new page added to the international website, which contains stories and ministry news from around the world.

Project Philip

The heart of Bible League International’s global strategy is Project Philip, a Bible study program that trains local church members in evangelism and discipleship. Project Philip is inspired by the story of Philip and the Ethiopian in Acts 8. Philip asked, “Do you understand what you are reading?” The Ethiopian responded: “How can I understand? I need someone to explain it to me.”

Understanding Scripture
Project Philip trains leaders (we call Philips) who invite others to study the Gospel of John. As part of Project Philip, each participant receives a Bible for personal use, and is encouraged to become part of a local church.

Evangelism and Discipleship
Project Philip uses two kinds of Bible study: evangelistic and discipleship. All studies are available for the languages and cultures of the regions of Bible League International partnerships.

Bible League International needs your prayers for the worldwide ministry of God’s Word. Go to access our monthly prayer calendar:

Keep yourself informed, celebrate testimonies of salvation and the power of God’s Word, and learn the latest prayer requests with our monthly eNews. Stay connected with God’s Word, and receive our Verse of the Day. To encourage and strengthen your faith, Verse of the Day includes a devotion to help you grow through God’s Word.

You can sign up for eNews and Verse of the Day: (at the bottom of the page).

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