IBS launches a new volunteer program

By January 11, 2005

International (MNN)–International Bible Society launched the 119:Network, its National Volunteer program. They are taking the name from Psalm 119 in the Bible and their goal is to mobilize people throughout the U-S communities who have a desire to promote the Scripture outreach ministries of IBS.

IBS National Director of the 119: Network, Mike McNamee, says that there are many people around the world that are struggling with life and are searching for answers and for peace. The Bible provides both and their organization centers around the Bible.

McNamee says they want others who share their passion for taking the Bible’s message to the world, to join with them in their mission. As a volunteer, people have an opportunity to use their strengths to deliver group presentations, set up display centers, represent IBS at events and supply individuals with specialized Scripture materials.

IBS was founded in 1809 and has been translating and reaching out with God’s Word so that people around the world can become disciples of Jesus Christ. To learn more about The 119:Network, call 888.222.5795 or visit them online at www.The119Network.com.

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