Sponsors and Partners
In November 2016, Harmony Bible and Bible-VR forged a partnership to create an even more immersive experience as you study the Harmony of the Gospels. Sharing our passion for making disciples, former Hollywood Director Pearry Teo the CEO of of Bible-VR, has given Harmony Bible full access to the virtual reality 3-D tours and movies filmed in the Holy Land which will be embed into our pages. Click on any video icon we’ve embed into our weekly Bible studies and you can download an application to your Android smartphone and jump directly into the setting while you study the passage. Check out this page to see our ever-expanding list of virtual reality experiences you can have while studying the Harmony of the Gospels.
In February 2017 we create a partnership with Sonlife Ministries. For over 40 years they have been helping equip thousands of youth pastors every year – not only in America but around the world. They live out their mission “transforming the culture of youth ministry in North America”. Our partnership will add new commentary within each section, on-location teaching videos in the Holy Land, and free Sonlife pdf’s to further equip and resource Youth Pastors around the globe.
In July 2017, Harmony Bible and American Bible Society partnered around our new domain name Harmony.Bible. For over 200 years, American Bible Society has continued its ministry of bringing the life-changing message of the Bible where it’s needed most. We are grateful to be part of the .BIBLE top-level domain, the safe and trusted source for all things Bible. Learn more about .BIBLE.
We also celebrate our partnership with the FaithX Project providing Christian leaders coaching, consulting for communities and organizations in transition, conferences and workshops, books and assessment instruments, research on the future of the church, and an online community of practice.
We welcome partnerships with missionary agencies, para-church ministries, seminaries and denominations. We invite you to contact Greg Troxell if you’d like to explore the idea together.
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We don’t require membership or registration and we know that many use our resources without registering. That’s just fine. Many using our resources gather as a small group, others as a Eucharistic community, mission groups, simple church, and home church. Those who have registered and invited us to share their location are shown in the map below:
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We don’t list our registered members, but we’d be remiss not to thank our contributing members.
Steven Caldicott Wilson
From the beginning Steven has been a tremendous help to us by donating his time to the Coop as our webmaster, helping code CSS, backing up our site and integrating the plugins we use to provide our visitors the best possible experience.
A veteran leader for Bible Study Fellowship, Sofia took over leadership of the first group formed in Carmel, California and has begun a new group in Monterey, CA. Sofia and her husband, Larry Osborne, moved to Carmel-by-the-Sea from Pleasanton, CA. They are faith-filled Episcopalians who have helped plant three congregations over the years, and led many people to a deeper relationship with Jesus. They attend church with their children and grand children at St. John Episcopal Chapel in Monterey. Sofia’s study notes, commentary, and suggested links have been incorporated into our study notes.