James Meredith Bible Society
The Bible Society's mission is to create and inspire a religious awakening for the purpose of solving problems incurred by broken families in black communities.
I promised God I was going to every county in Mississippi and encourage Mississippians to follow the teachings of Jesus Chirst and focus on Good and Rightenouness leading to Moral Character Uplift and Rebuilding Families.
The James Meredith Bible Society is a registered 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. All donations, gifts, bequests, divises, or transfers may be tax deductible.
Bible Society Reading Groups
1. Any person anywhere in the world can start (or join) a Bible Society Reading Group by internet.
2. Each member must promise to read the bible from cover to cover in their own time.
3. Registration information must include country, state, county, and contact information.
4. All reading groups with three or more members must elect officers— President, Secretary, and Treasurer.
4. Membership fees: none— all tides, gifts, donations, and contributions are free will and tax deductible.
The Bible Society Association & Structure
In order to do the will of God according to the teachings of Jesus Christ, we are establishing the following organization:
2. Colonel — spokesperson, policy makers, elect Generals
3. Captain — commanders, appoint Lieutenants, vote on policy and promotions
4. Lieutenants — supervisors of Bible Society Reading Groups, recruiters of members
James Meredith, the first General of the society will appoint the first 21 associate members, 12 Lieutenants , 6 Captains, and 3 Colonels. All future Lieutenats will be appointed by a General with advice of a Captain. All future Captains will be appointed by General after a confimation vote by Captains. All future Colonels will be appointed by a General after a confimation vote by Captains and Colonels. All future Generals will be elected by Colonels.
James Meredith Museum
The museum is a project of the James Meredith Bible Society with headquarters at 217 W. Griffith Street in the historical Farish Street area of downtown Jackson, Mississippi. The two story, 12-hundred square foot building will display various papers and photos highlighting the life of James Meredith.
Funds are being raised through tax deductible donations and grants for needed infrastructure and cosmetic building improvements. Funding are also needed for digitizing the Meredith papers and photos for online services.