Record Spring 2017 Issue

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.

Download this issue »

CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: Spiritual Refuge for Displaced People

Suffering communities in Central African Republic found strength through God’s Word, thanks to a series of Bible-based trauma healing workshops coordinated by American Bible Society and its partners in the fall of 2016. “People shared...

Read More »

CUBA: Sign Language Bible Strengthens Deaf Christians

American Bible Society’s financial partners are bringing the Scriptures to Cuba’s deaf community through a sign language Bible, translated through a partnership with the Biblical Commission of Cuba and Cuban Council of Churches. ...

Read More »

ECUADOR: Healing after the Earthquake

American Bible Society’s generous financial partners helped bring Bible-based trauma healing to suffering communities in Ecuador after a magnitude-7.8 earthquake struck on April 16, 2016. The deadly quake killed more than 600 people and injured 12,000. The ministry...

Read More »

CHINA: Bibles Reach a Growing Church

Amity Printing Company in China reached a historic milestone on July 18, 2016, when it published its 150 millionth Bible. Of the Bibles printed by Amity in its 30-year history, 74 million have been distributed in China to meet...

Read More »

Police Officers Find Strength in God’s Word

On December 16, 2016, Philadelphia police officers and chaplains gathered at American Bible Society's headquarters for the launch of "Strength for the Street," a new Scripture engagement resource that equips law enforcement officers with the power of...

Read More »