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A Bible in Every Language by 2025

Imagine not being able to read John 3:16 and understand God’s love in your language, or find comfort in Isaiah 40     . . . for millions of people, this is their reality! They live in a Bibleless world—thousands of language groups don’t have God’s Word available to them in their heart language.

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Global Bible Translation Progress

748

Translations in Progress

481

Completed New Testaments

Translation Strategies

With the groundbreaking MAST method of Bible translation, a team of native language speakers can translate huge portions of Scripture in short periods of time while maintaining a high standard of accuracy. Because MAST puts the tools for Bible translation into the hands of national translators—now their people don’t have to wait any longer to know God through His Word!

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  • Prayer Watch: Pray for Christians Who Need Printed Bibles May 31, 2021
    Good morning, dear prayer partner. Did you have some time in God’s Word this morning? Did you read something that was full of meaning? Did the Holy Spirit use God’s Words to address your current situation? Today? Right now? Living in a fallen world, we all have troubles, problems to work out, difficult situations that […]
  • Lining Up to Read the Kinga New Testament May 26, 2021
    It was a sight to behold. Men, women, and children from the Kinga people group of Tanzania gathered in the middle of town for a special dedication ceremony. It wasn’t the ground-breaking of a new hospital or the swearing in of a public leader. No, this was a different kind of celebration—a celebration of the completed Kinga New Testament. 
    Wycliffe Associates
  • Video: Bible Translators in Crisis May 21, 2021
    Hello everyone. You’ve likely seen the reports of recent COVID outbreaks in India and other locations around the world. Several of my colleagues and I have spent time in these places, helping our brothers and sisters in Christ with their Bible translation efforts. 
    Tim Neu

Don’t let the thousands of communities without God’s Word in their heart language wait any longer.