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Your Prayers Help People Get the Bible

Be a part of impacting lives through Bible translation.

Prayer is the way we communicate with a loving God. It’s an opportunity to not only share our hearts with him, but more importantly to learn about what matters to God’s heart — making his name known among the nations. Prayer gives us the chance to join God on his global mission of bringing all people to himself.

We invite you to be a part of a global team and ask God to do the thing he has promised throughout history — declare his message of love and grace to people in the language that they understand best. And as you pray, you’ll not only be impacting lives around the world through Bible translation; you’ll be impacted, too.

Sign up to join the prayer team today and see lives changed for eternity.

Current Prayer Needs

Praying for Africa and the Brong People

A look at this region and how to pray for its people.
  • April 9, 2018

Africa is the world’s second-largest continent in both size and population. Africa also has the second-greatest need — after Asia — for Bible translation in the world. 

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Praying for the Americas and the Emerillon People

A look at this region and how to pray for its people.
  • January 8, 2018

There are 35 different countries in the Americas, and nearly 1,000 languages are spoken across this region. But there are still those, like the Emerillon, that are waiting to hear God speak their language for the very first time.

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God Speaks Atianga

The complete Atianga Bible allows people to know God speaks their language.
  • December 18, 2017

Praise God! The Atianga Bible was dedicated in March, and its impact is already spreading as more and more people encounter God’s Word in their own language for the very first time.

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Stories for the Romanian Deaf Community

Video Bible stories will bring the gospel to life in Romanian Sign Language.
  • December 11, 2017

Some Deaf people have been members of Christian churches for many years, but because they have no access to Scripture in Romanian Sign Language, they have received limited discipleship.

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