Translation work is critical to the Bible mission movement and there is an urgent need to do more.
“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head.
If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.” – Nelson Mandela
Being able to read the Word of God in one’s heart language not only helps a people group understand it better but helps the people themselves relate to Him as their personal God.
The aim of The Bible Society of Singapore is to:
1. Promote awareness of the key role and need for Bible translation in mission.
2. Educate the Christian community about the original Bible language and heart language of the mission field.
3. Raise funds to resource Bible Translators and Translation projects.
4. Support the training of Bible Translators.
The Bible Society of Singapore is working in partnership with our sister societies and theological institutions around the world, to train up and support the on-going task of making the Word of God available to all people.
Read about the on-going projects that have a potential to impact 500 million lives. The United Bible Societies have under-taken the largest number of Bible translation projects.
Do join us in this effort -read about this effort….
Many minority groups want the Bible in their language. Christianity is growing fast among Vietnam’s 50 or so minority ethnic groups. In fact,today they account for around 60 per cent of the country’s Protestant Christians. Many of them are eager to have the Bible in their language, and UBS’s Vietnam Partnership is working with the churches to make that happen….
When a new UBS movie about the Kimyal Bible translation was released, it quickly started circulating round the world through social networking sites. The public were delighted and moved when they saw the Bible being made available in a new language for the first time. Bible translation is a long and painstaking process. It takes many years of sacrifice to produce high quality translations. The work of translation and its impact can be easily overlooked. This story of the Kimyal Bible translation, that began many years ago, could have gone unnoticed if not for this short film….
|Access to God’s Word
|Joy of receiving God’s Word
|Still Waiting for the Word
- On-going project
BSS is partnering Trinity Theological College to train up Bible translators.