Hello everyone. Whether you are brand new, or are aware of our ministry, Bible Wiki is need of a Christian Community. Like every wiki we build our content collaboratively and require dedicated and willing users to be able to build content on our topic: the Bible. This can be challenging as Bible Wiki is a Wiki that wants to glorify God in all of our content from a Biblical Point of View.
In order to fulfill our ministry goal of providing biblically-sound, immensely detailed content on the Bible we require a community of Christians. In the past this is something we have struggled with obtaining. We (the Admins) have been working hard on creating a new Community Portal. The community portal is a great place for new and old editors to reference to in being able to find out how you can serve this ministry.
To be a community member here you must particpate on at least a weekly basis and be able to do both editing and interaction. You must also be a Christian and agree with our Beliefs Being a wiki on the Bible, we provide a very unique way of studying the Bible. When editing on content here you can both study the Bible, and share it, simantenously. We also allow interaction with other Christians in a community, and discussion and interaction with non-believers in order to testify the Gospel to them.
We are hoping everybody reading this can be a member of our community. We are hoping people are willing to help out in any way they can (check out the Community Portal for ideas). Only when we build a Christian community can we fulfill our mission as a ministry. Once a community is built we will be able to foster an enviroment where we can document God's Word in detail, doing so collaboratively. We can create not only a Bible study site, but a Gospel sharing one.
Again we also want to create a community of believers, being a reflection of the church, only doing it online. If you have accepted Christ, then it is your duty to spread the Gospel across the nations. Particapting in this ministry by building our content, interacting with others, and helping us make decisions is one way to do this. Even if you are not a mature Christian it is important and well-worth to study and write about the Bible. The more you study the Bible the better you will be able to share and defend your faith.
If you would like to join us in our Gospel-sharing, Bible-documenting ministry as a community member check out our Community Portal and find a way to help out
Superdadsuper, Bible Wiki Administrator & Bureaucrat