Bible Translation Ministries Unite To Make God's Word Accessible To All By 2033
PNW - Ten of the world's leading Bible translation organizations have recently launched the "I Want to Know" campaign, which aims to "make God's Word accessible to all people by 2033".
This alliance of Bible translation partners is called IllumiNations and includes the American Bible Society, Biblica, Deaf Bible Society, Lutheran Bible Translators, Seed Company, SIL International, United Bible Societies, The Word for the World, Pioneer Bible Translators and Wycliffe Bible Translators USA.
According to IllumiNations, over 1 billion people lack access to God's Word in their language, 3,800 language communities worldwide do not have a complete Bible, and more than 2,000 of those languages do not have a single verse of Scripture translated yet.
The project hopes that "95% of the world's population will have access to a full Bible, 99.96% will have access to a New Testament and 100% will have access to at least some portion of Scripture in 12 years".
"Imagine your life if you didn't know the Truth. Didn't know the unconditional love of Jesus. Didn't know the life-altering Word of God, because it didn't exist in your language. That's the grim reality for over one billion people around the world", says the campaign.
And it adds: "We are on a mission to change....READ MORE
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