Tablets for National Translators (TNT)
From Africa to the Middle East, radical terrorists have God’s people in their sights. Violence is escalating in many regions of the world. Read below to see the solution for national Bible translators…
"A Bible in their hands is like a target on their backs."
From Africa to the Middle East, radical terrorists have God’s people in their sights. Violence is escalating in many regions of the world. Believers are crying out to have Scripture in their mother tongue. They need to hear those precious words of forgiveness and healing, of peace and strength, and of courage and help in the midst of their struggles.
In places hostile to faith, sharing the gospel, working on Bible translation efforts, or simply carrying Scripture can trigger intense persecution—and even death. A Bible in their hands is like a target on their backs.
Around the world, computer tablets and smartphones are so commonplace that few authorities scrutinize what people are doing on their personal devices. Wycliffe Associates is adding Bible translation and other helpful applications to computer tablets and providing them to brave national Christians who are ready to translate Scripture into their heart language.
In the midst of pandemic and intense persecution, national Bible translators need to be equipped with the technology that will give them everything necessary to do Bible translation for their people—so that the work continues even when we cannot meet in person!
Wycliffe Associates’ program, Tablets for National Translators (TNTs), provides local believers and church members with computer tablets to translate the Bible any time and any place without anyone else knowing!
This high-tech tool helps believers hide Scripture translation efforts in plain sight.
And with these tools, national Bible translators are empowered with Virtual MAST (V-MAST). The MAST method can be learned and used remotely—a local translation team and Wycliffe Associates facilitators can work together without even being in the same location. The tablets are now equipped so Bible translation can be done online, and the translators have access to an entire library of translation tools. Translations can be safely uploaded to the internet; Christians are persecuted, but their work need not be lost.
Your gift of just $300 will place a computer tablet loaded with Bible translation applications in the hands of a local believer who is already crying out for help.
Will you help us provide computer tablets, complete with translation tools and full access to the translation library, to local believers in strategic locations around the world?
So, dear prayer partner, are you and your family doing well having been quarantined for so many months? Have you discovered a new way to “attend church?” Do you get to “visit family” on Zoom or Video Messaging or Face Time? So many even have to quarantine alone in a place not their home.
We are often consumed by these kind of thoughts—they do not help us. We are troubled and wish for things to be different in our lives. COVID-19 has brought pain and grief to so many people around the world—even to our world.
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Tablets for National Translators empowers local believers and church members to work on Bible translation efforts any time and any place!
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