December 7, 2012

A Bible in Every Language by 2025

Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post

Wycliffe Bible Translators, an organization with the mission to translate the Scriptures into every language by 2025, has said that it has dramatically increased its efforts and that the organization is very much on course for reaching its goal.

"These statistics are very important in showing progress toward our goal of seeing a Bible translation in progress in every language community needing it by 2025," said Bob Creson, president of Wycliffe USA, in a statement shared with The Christian Post. "They demonstrate, not only to ourselves, but to those who invest in us, and those we invite to join us, that what we are doing is making a difference in the pursuit of our God-given mission."

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