The church's mission director told local news station SVT the Bibles are the size of pill boxes and don't require any electricity to work.
They'll reportedly be dropped from a high altitude by a contractor hired by the church.
Since the announcement, Livets Ord's project has faced criticism from several media outlets for attempting an "attack" of sorts on ISIS.
But the church's senior pastor said in a blog post: "This is not a political statement, nor a spiritual counter attack on terrorism. What we want is to make the message of God's love available to people who need it more than most."
It's unclear if the church or its contractor would need security clearance to carry out the Bible drops. Livets Ord said it hopes to begin the mission in the next few weeks.