The Bible Computer Games software package was then ported and released on the Apple IIe, Commodore 64, Commodore VIC20, and CP/M MBASIC computer platforms in the Spring of 1984. Ac’cent Books asked the Conrods to write a second computer programming book covering the Applesoft, Commodore, and CP/M MBASIC computer systems. COMPUTER BIBLE GAMES – BOOK 2 was published on July 1, 1984 by Ac’cent Books. In 1985, Accent Books decided not to publish a 3rd manuscript for the next Computer Bible Games book that was planned for the new IBM/MS-DOS environment. The second book also received positive reviews. Doug Vos, founder of the Christian Computer Users Association said the book was, “A useful supplementary text for Christian school computer classes. Great for beginning programmers. This book is a wonderful start in an area much neglected by thinking Christians. It is hoped that this book is only the pioneer in what will become an earth-shaking Christian software industry.” Don Dengerink, Christian Education and Technology Consultant said, “In this age of technology we are seeing an explosion of knowledge in the area of computer science. The possibilities of growth and development with the use of computers in Christian Education are staggering and Conrod’s book is a step in the right direction. Conrod’s use of games to introduce and reinforce Biblical truth makes learning fun for both children and adults.”
In 1985, Accent Books decided not to publish a 3rd Computer Bible Games manuscript so Philip Conrod founded PC ENTERPRISES & BIBLEBTYE BOOKS in 1986 to publish and distribute a new series of Bible Computer Games for the new IBM PC/MS-DOS platform. John and Joyce continued to distribute the original Computer Bible Games Books 1 & 2 through their newly formed non-profit NEW COVENANT MINISTRIES organization after the original Accent Books officially went “out-of-print” and the copyright reverted back to the Conrods.