After 100 years of waiting, China's East Lisu people finally have the Bible in their heart language. Scripture listening groups are changing lives in Rwanda. A new method of Bible study is taking off in the United States.
In September 2016, American Bible Society and its partners equipped leaders in Charlotte, N.C., to serve their communities through Bible-based trauma healing. During the weeklong training, participants learned how to combine the redemptive power of...Read More »
In October 2016, Christian leaders from around the world gathered in New York City for Movement Day, an annual conference hosted by The New York City Leadership Center that focuses on transforming urban communities through collaboration...Read More »
Although 14 percent of teenagers in the United States saw their Bible reading decrease this past year, 18 percent increased their time in God’s Word, according to “2016 Teen State of the Bible.” The survey was commissioned...Read More »
This year, American Bible Society celebrates 200 years of ministering to the U.S. military with God’s Word. In 1817, American Bible Society presented 65 Bibles to sailors aboard the U.S.S. John Adams, launching a...Read More »