More About INSPIRED Exhibit
The INSPIRED Exhibit is presented three times each year in countries around the globe. The exhibit is displayed in national libraries, major museums and galleries, large churches or parliament. While many of the core items are found at each location, every exhibit is unique, built around a theme selected with local church and ministry leaders or government sponsors. Additional items are included at each location that relate to the chosen theme. These have included the celebration of Lent, The Reformation, and key anniversaries of the Bible being translated or printed in the local language. Accompanying each exhibit are messages and seminars on key aspects of the Bible, presented by local and international ministry leaders and scholars. Private tours are offered each day for schools, Bible schools and seminaries, and church groups. Engaging activities are provided for visitors of all ages, including a full-scale exact replica of the 1455 Gutenberg printing press which brought the first book to print – the Bible. Visitors are able to use the press to print a page of Scripture to keep. In addition to a detailed full-color exhibit guide in the local languages, additional publications accompany each exhibit.