Despite nearly 90% of American homes owning a Bible1, many people are having trouble truly connecting with it. According to recent research, over 60% of Americans wish they read the Bible more2. 87% of churchgoers wish their church would help them understand the Bible better3.

87% of churchgoers wish their churches would help them understand the Bible better

Immerse: The Bible Reading Experience is borne out of an alliance between the Institute for Bible Reading (IFBR) and Tyndale House Publishers aimed at helping people engage the Bible more effectively. It’s not a Bible study or curriculum; Immerse is designed to be a Bible reading program.

It’s intentionally uncomplicated. Immerse simply gives people the opportunity to read the Bible, discover its story, and journey through it with their community. By returning to a more natural Bible reading experience, we believe people can truly read and understand God’s Word as they’ve always hoped.

Learn more about Immerse: The Bible Reading Experience

1. “The State of the Bible 2017”, Barna Group

2. “The Bible in America: The Changing Landscape of Bible Perceptions and Engagement”, Barna Group, Copyright© 2016

3. “Follow Me (Reveal)”, Greg L. Hawkins, Cally Parkinson, Copyright© 2008

Join the Movement

This fall, join churches across America as they embark on a Bible reading journey