Great Milestone Reached
43.000 Subscribers! YouVersion congratulates the Wiedmann Bible.
“We are so grateful you choose to share great content with our community and partner with us to encourage and challenge people to seek intimacy with God every day. We hope you celebrate this incredible milestone and remember that your effort is impacting the world!” YouVersion
Thank you! We have reached a great milestone! Within just 8 months, 28,000 subscribers have completed the Wiedmann Bible’s prayer plans on the Bible app YouVersion.
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In 2013 Today’s Christian Women’s editor Kelli B. Trujillo brings up a topic to which some of us can relate to: “Bored with Bible Study?“ Trujillo wants to know if anyone has ever been in a small group meeting where either no one talks or the opposite, one person does all the talking, and wished that it would be more exciting.
Even she has to confess that some times she had been bored as well but at the same time also gives great advice on how to take Bible Study to the next level. Because it is not supposed to feel like being back at school but should encourage people to want to engage with the Bible, right?
In 2013, however, the Wiedmann Bible was not discovered yet and still kept hidden in an attic in Germany. In 3,333 images it depicts the complete Old and New Testament. Meaning: You can experience the Word of God visually which brings more dynamics into your study group.
You can either discuss what you see and use the Scriptures afterwards or atthe same time. It is absolutely up to you. You can either use the App or even enter the Garden of Eden through the Virtual Reality. Our mission is to engage more people in studying the Bible.
Did you know that you can use the Wiedmann Bible’s images at no costs at your church or Bible Study once you have downloaded the app? You can even share them on Social Media. What are you waiting for?
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Read the full article by Kelli B. Trujillo here: Bored with Bible Study?
We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
“Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord.” Luke 2:11
How do you like Leipzig Main Station’s New Billboard? Today we start setting up for the Katholikentag. Catholics from all over the worlds will be coming to the convention in Leipzig. Even the Pope will attend the opening ceremony via live stream. How exciting is this? We are looking forward to introducing THE WIEDMANN BIBLE to the attendees. You can’t be here? No worries. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat and you won’t miss out on anything. #KT16 #TWB
Sharing the world’s longest painted Bible with the world. This was Willy Wiedmann’s last wish. His son made it his mission to comply with his request. We are raising awareness for this monumental piece of art Willy Wiedmann worked on for 16 years. Millions of people around the world read the Bible everyday. Now you can also study the visualized word of God. Learn more about this one of a kind artwork: www.TheWiedmannBible.com
Men and women can now get officially married in church. Hasn’t it been like this for centuries? Well…we actually mean man/ man and woman/woman. The Rheinische Evangelical Kirche is the second church group in Germany to allow same-sex marriage. The majority voted for the change. Until recently the churches could bless the partnership in a service from now on they will hold an officially wedding ceremony. Also former blessing ceremonies will be legitimized as well.
Continue reading “Overdue or Over The Top?”
Utterly amazing, incredible or simply WOW. That basically sums up the Mission Net Congress #MNC2015 attendees’ reactions.
Almost 2,500 people from 50 nations came together. They were prepared for 5 days of singing, talking, dancing, and having fun. As well as finding out how to stay connected with God, the world and others. They were NOT prepared, however, what they saw themselves confronted with in one of the halls.
Continue reading “Visitors astonished by unique illustrated Bible”
Martin Luther always wanted an illustrated Bible that can be studied by anyone. Even though many have tried to accomplish this mission – “The Wiedmann Bible” exceeds all existing versions.
With its 3,333 hand-painted images it can be considered the world’s longest Bible illustration. The artist Willy Wiedmann kept his work hidden in his archive for decades. It finally debuted at the Evangelical Church Congress in Stuttgart in June 2015. The visitors were amazed. Especially because with this Bible illiterates and people with reading disabilities or people that come together from different countries can study the Bible together.
This woman could not believe what she just discovered – watch her reaction!
Even though “The Wiedmann Bible” does not need the help of any verses to be studied, the artist added comments to his work for us to understand what he was painting which are now available in the Ebook in English as well. However, as always we are not done with our mission yet. More exciting additions are coming soon.
We are excited to announce that “The World’s Longest Painted Bible – The Wiedmann Bible” film has debuted on youtube. Starting today you can watch our short documentary about the German Evangelical Church Conference in Stuttgart. The attendees were amazed, some even speechless. The were not prepared for what they would experience when they entered the room. They had an idea but did not expect such a monumental piece of work.
Of course we were asked a lot of questions such as: “Is it true that only one man created all those hand-pictures all by himself?” or “Which materials did Willy Wiedmann use while painting the world’s longest Bible?”
Some were so impressed they returned several times with their friends and families. “The Wiedmann Bible” fascinated young and old people as well as Bible experts equally.
See yourself in our sneak peak:
Find the complete film here: The Wiedmann Bible – A Documentary