Articles about Bible translation and access
For more than 30 years, Paul Todd has strived to help God’s kingdom grow in West Africa through his work to help provide books that encourage Nigerian Christians in their faith, witness, and ministries.
Lives are changed when people are able to access the Bible in a language and format they clearly understand, says SIM UK worker Debbie Simpson.
Read how a training centre helped equip two brothers for a lifetime of serving Jesus among the nomadic herders of West Africa.
The church in Bangladesh is tiny, but for the past 63 years, one SIM project has been providing support to isolated believers as they seek to follow Jesus.
SIM’s Hilary Deneufchatel moved back to France from Benin, praising God she had fulfilled her goal of helping the Monkolé people have access to the whole Bible in their own language.
The Kafa Bible was dedicated in Bonga, Ethiopia, earlier this year. Read about this labour of love spanning more than 40 years.
Find out how a SIM UK worker – one of a growing number of Tamajaq who have become Christians – is helping the gospel take root in the heart of his people.
SIM UK partners with TnT to develop seminal Sunday school materials in Arabic.