Select a Project

Form a team to support a project.

Budu-Koya 2

in
Africa
“Budu-Koya believers want to see lives transformed and attitudes changed as a result of the translation of Scripture,” said a project coordinator. We are working with our... Read More

Budu-Nita 2

in
Africa
“The need to read and listen to the Good News in the local language is huge among the Budu people,” said a project coordinator. We are working with local partners to train... Read More

Burji

in
Africa
“Having the complete Bible in their mother tongue will strengthen the churches and help them to mature in their faith,” says a Burji project adviser. A local translation... Read More

Chonyi

in
Africa
“This feels like my own mother is speaking to me,” said a Chonyi university student after reading from the recently drafted Gospel of Matthew.  Another student read... Read More

Corongo-Sihuas Quechua

in
the Americas
“During rest breaks when we are working in the fields, we talk about the Luke video we’ve been watching and what it means for us,” says a Sihuas Quechua speaker.... Read More

Dime

in
Africa
We’re working in partnership with local translators to produce the very first portions of God’s Word in the Dime language! Many Dime people are Christians, but they have... Read More

Dyan

in
Africa
“It is exciting to see the Dyan nearing the completion of the New Testament — and the eagerness of the local church to have the Scripture for carrying out their ministries... Read More

Eastern Oromo

in
Africa
Last year was a particularly trying time for those in the Eastern Oromo region who follow Christ. Anti-Christian sentiment ran high, and many church leaders suffered persecution for... Read More

Enula 4

in
Asia
Many Enula people thought that only pastors could find truth in the Bible. They believed that God could hear prayers spoken in other languages, but not in Enula, the language of their... Read More

Esther Project

“Nobody in my community knew me or paid attention to me before.” This has been the experience of women in many parts of the world. They are disadvantaged and see little... Read More