Millennial startup changing the way people read the Bible: 'Our hope is to deepen your experience with God'
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Millennial startup changing the way people read the Bible: ‘Our hope is to deepen your experience with God’

New startup redesigning the Bible for millennials Two millennials who share almost identical names are on a mission to get the Word of God in the hands of the Instagram generation . Brian Chung, 30, and Bryan Chung, 24, sat down with "Mornings with Maria" Wednesday on the Fox Business Network to discuss how they are redesigning books of the Bible with "beautiful imagery and thoughtful design" through their start-up, Alabaster Co., which is projected to make $1 million in sales this year. MILLENNIALS CREATE A BIBLE FOR THE INSTAGRAM GENERATION: ‘WE…ARE USING IMAGERY IN A MUCH MORE MODERN WAY’ "Our hope is to deepen your experience with God," Brian told the panel. "We were thoughtful about typography. We were thoughtful about using negative space. As Christians, we know the story of Jesus is beautiful and we wanted to create a beautiful reading experience." According to a recent study from the Barna Group, almost half of millennials say they use the Bible. For the co-founder who grew up in a Buddhist household, Brian said the first time he picked up a Bible and started reading, he was "intimidated" because it was "unlike any other book" he’d read. Traditional Bibles […]

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