American Bible Society's faithful partners have been sharing God's Word with U.S. military members and their families for 200 years and counting. Bible-based trauma healing is transforming broken lives in Uganda. A new Oral Bible translation is bringing God's Word to life in rural Namibia.
American Bible Society recently launched an online advocacy campaign to help people appreciate and explore the Bible for themselves. The campaign invites curious Americans to “look inside” God’s Word when searching for answers about...Read More »
In April 2017, a group of 15 churches in Charlotte, North Carolina completed the Community Bible Experience— an eight-week journey through the New Testament in partnership with American Bible Society. Using an edition of the New...Read More »
According to a new study, most Americans say they would read the Bible more if they weren’t so busy. That’s just one of the trends revealed by the 2017 State of the Bible report...Read More »
Faith and civic leaders expressed excitement for American Bible Society’s forthcoming Faith and Liberty Discovery Center during a press conference on January 11, 2017. “Religious freedom is the cornerstone of this country,” says Philadelphia Mayor Jim...Read More »
On May 27, 2017, Christians in Swaziland celebrated the 20th anniversary of the siSwati Bible translation, which serves the majority of Swaziland’s 1.5 million citizens. During the celebration, which included music and poetry from local churches, a...Read More »