Baptists in Texas plan to spread the Word of God across the state.
The project will begin in El Paso, where they will start distributing bilingual CDs, containing certain scripture readings and personal stories about faith.
"We want to make sure every person in Texas has an opportunity to respond to the gospel of Christ, regardless of their ethnicity, language or socioeconomic status," said Randel Everett, founder of Texas Hope 2010 and executive director of the Baptists General Convention of Texas.
The multi-media discs will be delivered door-to-door and through various outreaches.
People with computers can watch video testimonies of individuals describing how God has made a difference in their lives. They can also use the Internet to download the New Testament in more than 350 languages and to chat online about becoming a Christian, according to The Associated Baptists Press.
The project will go statewide in January. Also, statewide discipleship follow-up will continue through 2010.
The Baptist General Convention of Texas said when they finish there will be Bible verses in 8.8 million Texas homes by Easter 2010.
Source: The Associated Baptists Press