Mission Statement
Spiritually empowering leaders through the Word of God.

Vision Statement
The vision of Military Bible Association is for all military leaders, corporate leaders, religious leaders, families, prison inmates and university students to receive Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, to develop moral leadership and to make an impact on those around them.

The Leader’s Bible
The Military Bible Association was founded to provide military men and women with The Leader’s Bible, an update of the King James Version translated by Military Chaplains. The Military Bible Association realizes the need to reach out to the military, because military personnel are often a forgotten group, who need the love of Christ. Troops desperately need the Gospel so that they might come to know the Lord as their Savior—and turn their lives around. The military is very responsive to the message of hope, love and forgiveness that only God’s Word provides.

What Is the Military Bible Association?
The Military Bible Association is an interdenominational association of Churches, Military Chaplains, Christian businesses and professional men and women. Our members are dedicated to saving the lost through personal witnessing and the distribution of The Leader’s Bible around the world.

Bible Distribution Around the World
Our goal is to give The Leader’s Bible to each military member. But we do not have enough copies of The Leader’s Bible. We have access to every military base through military chaplains and commanders. With a shortage of hundreds of military chaplains, it is increasingly up to the Church to provide military ministry.

The Spiritual Climate in the Military
The Leader’s Bible is a military Bible produced by Military Chaplains to strengthen the moral fiber of these men and women. The Holy Spirit puts discipline in military personnel so that they don’t need to jump off the cliff while clinging to binges to survive life. They need The Leader’s Bible by Military Chaplains to undergird them. The Leader’s Bible will support them so that Monday morning they’re not sitting in the infirmary wondering what happened to them.