The Youth Ministries department of the Argentina Union and Binary Beetle launch the biblical study application, Decoding the Bible. [Photo: Ministerio Joven UA.]

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Adventist Youth in Argentina Launch an Application to Study the Bible Digitally

It is a web app called “Decoding the Bible” that has already reached more than 6,000 young people.

Argentina | Alexis Villar

The plan of the young Adventists in Argentina is to reach the whole world with the message of God in a dynamic and attractive way, without losing the essence of the gospel. That is why a web app that bears the name “Decoding the Bible”, intended to reach those who need to know Jesus, is being launched this Friday, October 15 .

This project was organized by the Youth Ministries Department of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in our country, as well as Murilo Batista, known to many as “Binary Beetle”. A dream that began three years ago has been worked by many to make it come true. The objective is "to decode the Bible [and] encourage young people to meet the Word of a God of love who has plans for your life”, they point out from the youth area.

About the Project

Currently, to access any of the episodes of “Decoding the Bible”, you have to enter the YouTube channel of the Binary Beetle. Then, you have to complete a questionnaire to delve into the subject, leave the questions there, and wait for the answer by mail.

Although this system allowed them to connect more than 6,000 people from all over the world, Youth Ministries wanted to “provide a real community experience, simplifying and unifying access to all content, offering a more comprehensive service, adding chat, alerts, badges, progress monitoring, all in one place”.

These web improvements "will not only be a blessing for those who want to know more about the Bible, but also for young people who want to talk about Jesus, since access and care were also simplified," say the organizers.

This article was originally published on the South American Division’s Portuguese news site

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