Bible Truck Information​

The Bible Truck is designed to work with the local churches as a tool for outreach and evangelism. It’s an effective way to reach those who are not familiar with the Bible, and present them with a Gospel message that is clear and Biblical. For those that are members of the church and are the “students” of the Bible, this Truck will help you appreciate God’s Word even more and affirm the reliability of the Scriptures. More than 10 thousand people attended the BibleTruck since its opening in October 2016!

Training Materials & Lessons

Bible Truck Responsibilities

  • Click Here to read the responsibilities for hosting the Bible Truck

Templates & Advertising

  • Click Here to view Bible Truck Templates.

General Exhibit FAQ

  • The cost to attend is free, donations are welcome.
  • The tour is about an hour in length.
  • Exhibit can be done in either Russian or English. Please contact us for other languages.
  • Each tour can start every half hour. (The trailer is divided into two sections)
  • The church hosting the Bible Truck needs to provide tour guides that have gone through the training course.
  • There are two individuals traveling along side the Bible Truck to open and close the Exhibit. They also help with all other organizational questions.

Registration and Lobby Set up​

Registration is necessary! Guided Tours Only.

  • We need a local individual in charge of registering people for the tour. Here is a sample registration form. Provide us with their number or contact info to put up online.
  • Area for “Big Bible” exhibit – the start of tour inside the church lobby or foyer and  area for photo booth.
  • (Optional) area for Planetarium and bounce house

Technical Requirements ​

  • Trailer measurements – 53 feet long & 9 feet wide. In addition to those dimensions there are two step ladders for entrance and exit that protrude an extra 3 feet.
  • Placement of trailer is unique to every church parking lot. Here are a few examples. Multiple factors, from electrical, to walking distance, to space available affect trailer positioning.
  • Multiple factors, from electrical, to walking distance, to space available affect trailer positioning.
  • Exhibit runs on either electric or generator power. Electric option is preferred.
  • Electrical input requires a special plug, 240V input and 50amp breaker. The cable is 150ft long.
  • All other technical issues and trailer settings are taken care of by the individual traveling with the exhibit.