According to the Deaf Bible Society, there are over 400 sign languages in use around the world today. Yet not one of these groups has a full Bible in their language and only 2 percent have heard the gospel!
In Thailand, a small community of Deaf believers is working hard to translate a set of chronological Bible stories into their own language.
So far the team has successfully completed several stories and they look forward to seeing even greater results as God continues to use their work to transform lives.
You can help the Chronological Bible Translation team reach the Thai Sign Language community for the first time with the hope of God’s Word!
Ever wondered what it’s like to translate the Bible into a sign language? Here’s how one team does it.
Ever wondered what it might be like to translate the Bible into a sign language? If questions like this keep you up at night, maybe you should be a Bible translator! But even if languages aren’t your thing, we bet you’ll be intrigued by this outline of one team’s translation process. And you might learn something new about Thai Sign Language while you’re at it!
You can help the Thai Deaf and others get God’s Word in their own languages, impacting generations to come.
Pray for a people group that is waiting for a Bible translation to start in their language.
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Learn more about the variety of open positions in Asia and help bring God’s Word to millions.Go