There are more than 31,000 verses in the bible, and during a five month, ninety city tour, over 31,000 people will physically write out the bible.
"It's to celebrate the 30th anniversary of NIV version of the bible and we're traveling around the country, having people hand write one word at a time," Mandy Helton Jones, with Bible across America said.
The tour made a stop in Little Rock Tuesday at Immanuel Baptist church, giving Arkansans the chance to be a part of a history making project.
"It's going to be neat to be a part of the rest of America, signing the bible and writing and copying the whole thing," Laura Beth Moore said.
Laura Beth Moore and her class at Little Rock Christian waited in line to write a bible verse in the book of Luke.
"I was thinking about it, and it's so important that you copy down every word right, because every word matters," Moore said.
People of all ages and walks of life have written out verses in this bible, and whether the words are big or small, neatly written or sloppy, the purpose of the project is to bring everyone together.
"The bible started out as a hand written document that was passed from community to community and now we're traveling from community to community and having the chance to recreate that in the 21st century," Jones said.
The Bible across America tour will make a stop in northwest Arkansas Wednesday.