BibleBot

Scripture from your Discord client to your heart.

What Is BibleBot?

BibleBot is the largest and first of any religious bot on Discord. Since December 2016, we’ve worked hard to bring the good news to Christians everywhere on Discord. Together, we can share the love and good news of Christ with others. Lord willing.

How We Do It

BibleBot is a non-commercial open-source project by Kerygma Digital, a non-profit organization founded to serve Christians online. Through the financial support and volunteering of many, we are able to serve all Christians on Discord, no strings attached. No premium subscriptions, no fees, just pure Christianity – right from your Discord client.

How You Can Help

We rely solely on donations, either from our users or out of our own pockets. Consider donating to help further our development, whether one-time or recurring. All cash donations are tax-deductible up to 60%. If you want to get hands-on, or are unable to help financially, consider joining the team and volunteering.

Serving 25,000+ communities since 2016

Our Recent Updates

  • Update: v9.1-beta (build 119)
    These are all the updates the bot has received since June 26th. With the changes Discord is making to bots, we have initiated a code freeze for the current repository. In other words, no updates to the v9.1-beta code will be made as of September 16th onward, besides bugfixes to ensure continuity.
  • Discord’s Changes to Bots, What It Means for You
    On August 12th, Discord announced some changes to verified bots that has taken the bot landscape by storm, and rightfully […]
  • Update: v9.1-beta (build 74)
    These are small updates that we’ve made since June 20th. Some of these updates have already been deployed, some are just being deployed today. We’ve also begun implementing unit tests on our code now, to ensure results are accurate and predictable. This’ll help us serve a better service by helping detect bugs before you guys do.
  • Update: v9.1-beta (build 15)
    We’re closer than ever to the v9.1 release. The only thing remaining for this release is languages, which we’ll take a small bit of time for our translators to sift through it all. After v9.1’s release, we’ll be switching to a more agile development cycle, ensuring that we get updates and bugfixes out the door faster, instead of being held up like the past week or so. Our version numbering will certainly look a bit different after v9.1, but at least it’ll be consistent.
  • Release: v9.1-beta
    Today marks the long awaited release of v9.1-beta, the first major version release since the failed v9 launch on TypeScript. […]
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