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Christmas Bible Drive Seeks Organizations to Help Distribute Free Bible Books, Gospel Tracts

Christmas Bible DriveThis Christmas season, TVCmedia.com President and NRB Board Member Nathan Tabor is again looking to provide as many families as possible who receive assistance from The Salvation Army with a Bible-based booklet and Gospel tract.

For the past decade, Tabor has facilitated an annual Christmas Toy Drive in partnership with The Salvation Army to collect toys for needy children. Two years ago, Tabor extended that effort to include Scripture distribution to Gospel-needy families.

“The goal is simple: present the Gospel to as many people as possible in a format they can understand,” says Tabor.

In the first year, the Christmas Bible Drive shipped 1,300 Bible-based booklets to San Francisco; 5,000 to Atlanta; and more than 6,000 to Winston-Salem/Greensboro, NC. The following year, distribution spread out to Florida, New York, and Texas.

This year, 50,000 copies of The Story Bible: Seven Beautifully Illustrated Stories will be printed in the first run, and any organization wanting to distribute some can make a request at no cost.

“We’re looking for more places that need free Bible books,” says Tabor.

Also included in the distribution is a Gospel tract titled The Greatest Christmas Present Ever, which can be used to help Santa Claus-believing children discover the real reason for the season.

Those interested in helping with the effort are encouraged to email Tabor at Nathan@NathanTabor.com. Financial support is also welcome. A donation of $1 will cover the cost of one Bible booklet.

More information is available at www.christmasbibledrive.com.

Published: November 21, 2013

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