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It’s International Day of the Bible!

Today’s the day…

It’s November 23, International Day of the Bible. Remember to join us at noon (your local time) to read, listen, or watch passages from the Bible together. And be sure to share the Word you’re enjoying on your Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or other social media. Use #BibleCelebration in your posts to help your Friends and followers discover this special day.

For your convenience, we’ve even included some example text below, along with a shareable Verse Image of the theme Scripture for International Day of the Bible:


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Today is the International Day of the Bible. Join me at noon for a #BibleCelebration!

Let’s have a #BibleCelebration at 12:00 — today is International Day of the Bible!

Read, listen, and share during the #BibleCelebration today at noon for International Day of the Bible!





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Let’s Read the Bible Together

Let’s Read the Bible Together.

Join us — and several million of our closest friends around the world — as together we celebrate International Day of the Bible.


calendar-grayOn Monday, November 23, at noon in your local time, let’s all read, listen to, or even watch a passage from the Bible. Then, take a moment to share using the hashtag #BibleCelebration to help your friends discover God’s Word.

Here’s our official Reading Plan for International Day of the Bible, along with some others you might enjoy starting today:


International Day of the Bible
from National Bible Association, 10 days

Join us in the week leading up to International Day of the Bible with this devotional about the many ways that Scripture can affect our lives.


Meditations on the Gospel of Luke for the Family
from American Bible Society, 21 days

Lead your family on a devotional journey through the stories of hope and healing found in the New Testament book of Luke.


from Abide and the Jesuits of Great Britain, 4 days

Daily prayers help you reflect back on the events of your day, revealing times when God’s Holy Spirit was drawing you toward Him.


Popular Verses: A Video Devotional with John Piper
from John Piper, 10 days

Pastor and author John Piper takes you deep inside the meaning and significance of some of the Bible App’s most popular verses.


The Impact of Scripture
from Life.Church and Wycliffe, 15 days

Discover what the Bible says about what it means that Scripture is God’s Word to us — and how we can apply its truths to our everyday lives.



Did you know?

The Bible App now features more than 1,200 different Bible versions, in more than 880 languages. Together with our partners, YouVersion is working to make God’s Word available to every person on Earth, no matter where they live or what language they prefer.


What 102 New Bible Versions in 86 New Languages Means… to You

At YouVersion, we have the best jobs in the world. Every day, we do everything we can to help people engage with the Bible. And we get to partner with visionaries, friends who inspire us by actively translating Bibles…and then freely sharing those Bibles with us. And with you. Together, we’re working to make God’s Word available to every person on Earth, no matter where they live or what language they prefer.

If you joined this conversation by clicking through an email you received from us:
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During the last six months alone, our Bible partners have given us 102 new versions and 86 new languages to add to the Bible App. (The complete list appears at the end of this post.) Thanks to their generosity, we’re now able to offer 1,200 versions in 868 languages. Join us. Help us get Bibles to people like this boy in Nepal…


Maithili is just one language in the batch of 86 we just added. One of the most common languages in India, Maithili is the second most widely used language in Nepal. Maithili is the primary language of 12 million people and a second language to 33 million more. Let that sink in for a moment. For millions of people, the Maithili Bible (provided by Wycliffe) marks the first opportunity they’ve ever had to experience God’s Word in the language of their heart. What will God’s Spirit say to them? To him?

Sources: Ethnologue, Wikipedia

Learn more about Wycliffe’s mission

And help us get Bibles to people like this woman…


Amharic is another of the 86. In Ethiopia, where this woman lives, 22 million people speak Amharic. Outside Ethiopia, Amharic has another 2.7 million speakers. And for 15 million people, Amharic is their only language. (After Arabic, Amharic is the second-most spoken Semitic language in the world.) The Amharic Bible (or New Amharic Standard Version, provided by Biblica) presents God’s Word to Amharic speakers in an everyday style that’s easy for ordinary people to read and understand. Even in remote areas where people don’t have running water or reliable transportation, many have cell phones, tablets, and other mobile devices — which means they now have the opportunity to experience the Bible in their heart language.

Sources: Wikipedia, Ethnologue

Learn more about Biblica’s mission

The Word of God is living and active. His Spirit is on the move all over the world, transforming hearts with life-changing power. Imagine a world where every person can instantly engage with God’s Word in their own language. In the history of our planet, nothing like that has ever even been possible before. But right now, today, for the first time ever, not only is it possible… this dream is within our reach.

What would happen?
We want to find out. Don’t you?

  1. Engage with God’s Word every day. Let it speak to you, change you.
  2. Share the Bible App with everyone you can. Show them what’s already there.
  3. Click through our incredible partners below and see what they’re doing. Let their passion inspire you like it inspires us.

Let’s change the world together.


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Our Newest Languages / Bible Versions

See all Bible Versions and Languages


Achuar-Shiwiar Achuar-Shiwiar Scripture Wycliffe
Agta, Dupaninan Dupaninan Agta New Testament 2001 Wycliffe
Agta, Umiray Dumaget I bowon a pagpakikasungdu Wycliffe
Amharic Amharic Bible: New Amharic Standard Version Biblica
Amarasi The Word of God: New Testament with Genesis Wycliffe
Arabic, Tunisian Arabic Tunisian New Testament United Bible Societies
Aruamu Aruamu New Testament Pioneer Bible Translators
Asháninka, South Ucayali Asháninka South Ucayali Bible Wycliffe
Awara Awara Bible Portions Wycliffe
Ayta, Mag-antsi The Word of God: The New Testament in Ayta Mag-antsi Wycliffe
Bandial bqj The Bible in Bandial Wycliffe
Bimin Sunbim-Got em Kitakamin Weng Wycliffe
Burarra Our Father’s Good Story: The New Way
that Jesus Christ Brought to Us
Cishingini New Testament Wycliffe
Dhangu Wangurri Mark Wycliffe
Dutch BasicBijbel Uitgever: ZakBijbelBond 2015
Edolo Edolo Partial Bible Wycliffe
English International Children’s Bible Thomas Nelson
English Metrical Psalms 1650 British & Foreign Bible Society
English (American) World Messianic Bible Public Domain
English (British) World Messianic Bible British Edition Public Domain
Epena Epena Scriptures Wycliffe
Farefare gur New Testament in Ninkare Wycliffe
Fulfulde, Central-Eastern Niger Fulfulde New Testament Wycliffe
Garrwa Garrwa Mini Bible Wycliffe
Gor Ta l❠Luw❠KunmindÄ kÄ SigÄ Wycliffe
Huarijiío The New Testament in Huarijío
(Chihuahua and Sonora, Mexico)
Ibatan Chirin ni Apo Dyos (No bayo a tolag kan Genesis)
(Naimbag a damag: Iti agdama a panawen)
Ifugao, Amganad Central (Amganad) Ifugao New Testament Wycliffe
Ifugao, Mayoyao I bowon a pagpakikasungdu Wycliffe
Ika Elu Ọhụn: Ẹkụkwọ-Nsọ (Azụụn Ọhụn rịn’a) Wycliffe
Ikwere Ikwere New Testament Wycliffe
Isnag Ya bíæbíæníçn ne Dios nga nesí_ríçt kiya
baru wa tí_lag Genesis se Exodus
Ivatan No vayo a Testamento Wycliffe
Kalagan Kalagan New Testament Wycliffe
Kalinga, Limos Ugud apudyus = Ti baro tulag Wycliffe
Kalinga, Southern The Word of God Wycliffe
Kaluli Kaluli partial New Testament Wycliffe
Kankanaey I bowon a pagpakikasungdu Wycliffe
Kankanay (Northern) Word of God Wycliffe
Kapingamarangi Kapungamarangi New Testament Wycliffe
Kasem xsm New Testament in Kasem Wycliffe
Kire The New Testament in Kire Pioneer Bible Translators
Kombio Kambio Wampukuamp Bible Portions Wycliffe
Kombio Kombio Portions Wycliffe
Kriol The Bible in the Kriol of Northern Australia Wycliffe
Kube The New Testament and Psalms in Kube
(Papua New Guinea)
Kuman Kuman New Testament Wycliffe
Kutu The New Testament in Kutu Pioneer Bible Translators
Lobala loq New Testament in Lobala Wycliffe
Macedonian Macedonian Standard Bible – Slavonic Order Bible Society of Macedonia
Maithili jivən səndesh Wycliffe
Malay, Kupang God’s Word Wycliffe
Mamanwa Ya mga panaba na Diyos Wycliffe
Manobo, Cotabato Kagi nemula (Word of God) Wycliffe
Manobo, Dibabawon Kasulatan to Diyus Wycliffe
Manobo, Ilianen Ke meupiya ne tudtul mekeatag ki Hisu Kristu Wycliffe
Manobo, Western Bukidnon Is begu he paagi: ang pulong sa Dios Wycliffe
Manx Manx Metrical Psalms 1768 British & Foreign Bible Society
Maung Maung Mark Wycliffe
Mayo The New Testament in Mayo
(Sonora and Sinaloa, Mexico)
Mekeo Mauni Mamaga Iifaga Wycliffe
Mende The New Testament in Mende
(Papua New Guinea)
Morokodo Morokodo Pioneer Bible Translators
Muyuw The New Testament in Muyuw
(Papua New Guinea)
Naasioi Kara Naroong-anta Nerakung Kongarana’ Wycliffe
Ndamba The New Testament in Ndamba Pioneer Bible Translators
Ngulu Nguu New Testament Pioneer Bible Translators
Nsenga Nsenga New Testament Bible Society of Zambia
Nunggubuyu Wubuy Shorter Bible Wycliffe
Píçez Dyus Yuwe U_ësesa Wycliffe
Rawa Rawa New Testament Wycliffe
Sambal The Word of God: New Testament Wycliffe
Sambal, Botolan Hay halitíç nin Diyos hay kawkanta boy kawkahalita-an
(The New Testament, Psalms, and Proverbs)
Sango La Bible en Sango courant Bible Society in the Central African Republic
Saposa U Vurungan Rof Foun Ten Gov Nane Jisas Krais Wycliffe
Sena The New Testament in Sena Wycliffe
Shan The Holy Bible in Shan Common Language Thailand Bible Society
Sherpa कोन्छ्‌योककी सुङ Wycliffe
Sinaugoro Ginitago Variguna Wycliffe
Siroi Kuate Tuku Pasa Wycliffe
Subanen (Central) New Testament Wycliffe
Subanon (Western) Kitab Bogu Pasad taluʼ nog Mikpongon Wycliffe
Susu Susu Bible in Arabic Script Pioneer Bible Translators
Tamajaq, Tawallammat Gospel of Jesus-Christ Wycliffe
Tausug The New Testament in Tausug Wycliffe
Tepo Krumen The New Testament in Kroumen Tepo Wycliffe
Toma God’s Book in Toma Pioneer Bible Translators
Tonga (Tonga Islands) Tongan Moulton Bible Bible Society of the South Pacific
Toussian, Southern wib New Testament in Toussian Wycliffe
Warlpiri Warlpiri New Testament Wycliffe
Wayampi New Testament in Wayampi Wycliffe
Welsh New Metrical Psalms 2008 British & Foreign Bible Society
Welsh Welsh Metrical Psalms 1621 British & Foreign Bible Society
Weri Ngönën Pepewer Wycliffe
Wik-Mungkan Wik-Mungkan New Testament Wycliffe
Wiru Weneya Totono Keraisu Yesunomo Wycliffe
Wuvulu-Aua The New Testament in Wuvalu-Aua
(Papua New Guinea)
Yele The New Testament in Rossel (Yele) of Papua New Guinea Bible League International
Zapotec, Yareni Yareni Zapotec New Testament Wycliffe
Zia Tuwa Yesu Kristora bowi iwaing Wycliffe
Zigula The New Testament in Zigua Pioneer Bible Translators

A New Way to Share God’s Word:


For years now, has been the best place to direct people who wanted to experience the Bible for themselves. And while will always be available, today we’re pleased to announce another simple option: You read that right. is a web page, one of the very first to use the all-new top-level domain recently announced by YouVersion partner American Bible Society: .bible. Just as “.com” is for commercial business, “.edu” is for educational institutions, and “.gov” is for government agencies, “.bible” is dedicated to becoming a trusted online source for all things Bible. is simple to use and simple to remember. Anytime you meet someone curious about the Bible, just tell them about No matter what device they use to visit, will direct them to where they can most easily install the Bible App.

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Family Bible Week Wrap Up


“…those who drink the water I give will never be thirsty again.
It becomes a fresh, bubbling spring within them, giving them eternal life.”

—Jesus, from John 4:14 (NLT)

Thank you for joining us for our first-ever Family Bible Week. And now that you’ve tasted this living water, don’t stop! Here are just a few ways that you can continue to build on the many successes you’ve been sharing with us during Family Bible Week:


Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.
Psalm 119:105 (NASB)

Pick Your Next Plan.

Many families told us they really enjoyed reading a Bible Plan together. Bible Plans are a great way you can keep leading your family back to the well of God’s Word again and again. Which one will you do next?

“Our daughters signed up for their own account at All four of us love discussing what we’re learning, even recommending Bible Plans to each other. We’ve been sharing verses and making comments. Jesus has really come alive to our girls in this way; they’ve both felt Him, especially when it comes time to pick a new one.

Find Your Next Plan


…“Write my answer plainly on tablets…. This vision is for a future time. It describes
the end, and it will be fulfilled. …wait patiently, for it will surely take place….

Habakkuk 2:2–3 (NLT)

Take Your Family Verse Further.

Did your family find a great theme verse during Family Bible Week? One that inspires you with vision? Have a family art project to write it out in huge letters on nice quality paper. Then place it prominently in your home, so you can remind yourselves every day what you value. You might even consider having your Family Verse framed!


Love one another with brotherly affection [as members of one family],
giving precedence and showing honor to one another.
Romans 8:12 (AMP)

Celebrate Each Other.

On Mother’s Day, we suggested you share a Bible verse to let all the moms in your life know how much they mean to you. But you can make every day “Family Day.” Whether it’s by posting a Verse Image to their Facebook page, or even just sending a text, encourage the people you love with inspiration from God’s Word.

“Last week at the beach, I took a picture and searched for just the right Bible verse to make a Verse Image. On Mother’s Day, I sent it to my mother – she was blown away! Even though we are thousands of miles apart, I will always remember my mother’s love and compassion that enabled me to endure the obstacles throughout the course of my life.”

My child, listen when your father corrects you. Don’t neglect your mother’s instruction.
What you learn from them will crown you with grace
and be a chain of honor around your neck.
Proverbs 1:8–9 (NLT)

Invest in Your Family’s Spiritual Life.

On Thursday we listed seven tips that could help you lead your family spiritually. When you maintain consistent, healthy relationships with each member of your family (that is, genuine, safe, and fun), those things will happen naturally. If you regularly think about your faith, and you regularly visit with your spouse and children, faith will be a regular part of those conversations.

“On the way to school, instead of the typical middle school chatter, we have our daughter read aloud the Verse of the Day and then explain in her own words what she thinks it means. It’s become a highlight and my own day feels “off” if we ever miss for some reason. I’ve noticed she reads these even on the weekends! It’s an excellent way to get something started with your family.”

…commit yourselves wholeheartedly to these words of mine….
Teach them to your children. Talk about them when you are at home
and when you are on the road, when you are going to bed
and when you are getting up….

Deuteronomy 18:11-20 (NLT)

Enjoy Family Story Time… Every Day.

In partnership with OneHope, we designed the Bible App for Kids to give your kids (and grandkids) a delight-filled Bible experience all their own. And, although it already features more than 30 stories, many more are still to come. Enjoy new stories with your kids, and revisit their favorites again and again.

“The Bible for Kids is a smashing success with our foster children, ages 2 & 3. It was the number one activity that they asked for – “Can we do Bible?”

More About Bible App for Kids


Every time I think of you, I give thanks to my God….
for you have been my partners in spreading the Good News about Christ….
God, who began the good work within you, will continue his work until it is finally finished….

Philippians 1:3–6 (NLT)

Keep Sharing Your Stories!

Your commitment to living out the love of Jesus in your families this week has been inspiring. We’ve loved receiving your stories, and we’re looking forward to sharing many of them to inspire other families. So please keep them coming!


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Don’t stop…

7 Tips to Leading Your Family Spiritually

The LORD directs the steps of the godly. He delights in every detail of their lives.
Psalm 37:23 (NLT)

You want to lead your kids in a growing relationship with Christ. But with your active family’s busy schedule, it can be hard to find the time. You may even feel unqualified to lead your children. If you’re like most parents, you’re still trying to figure out what faith looks like in your own life.

To help you get started, we’ve gathered some of our favorite tips from Focus on the Family. Don’t try to use all of these ideas at once. If you’ll be intentional to phase them in over time, they should gradually begin happening naturally:

1. Make it fun.

Engaging with God’s will through His Word isn’t school textbooks and quizzes; your family life is an adventure. Talk with your kids about things relevant to their lives, helping them apply biblical principles with age-appropriate language they can understand. Don’t try to “teach.” Encourage exploration, with gentle course corrections where they need it.

2. Keep it simple.

The average adult can listen for about 30 seconds before their mind wants to wander. Kids’ attention spans are even shorter. So instead of trying to “explain,” try asking leading questions. Feed your child’s natural curiosity. Your questions — and theirs — will fuel meaningful conversations.

3. Watch for opportunities.

Teachable moments happen everywhere in our everyday lives. When you see a squirrel burying an acorn, marvel together at how God provides for us. When you see trash in the park, say it makes you sad because God wants us to take good care of His earth. Make simple, connectable observations.

“These commandments that I give you today are to be upon your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get up.”
Deuteronomy 6:6–7 (NIV)

4. Be an example.

Live out your faith. Allow God’s Spirit to speak into your life, constantly transforming you into the person He wants you to become. You can’t lead your children to places you haven’t been. And connecting with the Bible — every day — is one of the best ways we know to grow.

5. Schedule time together.

Schedule regular times to talk at home about faith and spiritual things. Then demonstrate how we put faith into action. Lead your family to be spiritual contributors, not spiritual consumers. Make it a family priority to attend church regularly — and to participate. Then stay consistent, both at home and in your community of faith.

6. Talk to God together.

Lead your kids in praying about the things they care about. And lead them to never stop taking those things to God. Model for them how they can listen for His still, small voice. Keep track of things you’re praying for together, and celebrate when God answers. Demonstrate for your children what a life of worship and gratitude looks like.

7. Make it fun.

No, that’s not a mistake — this one is so important, we put it on our list twice! When your kids enjoy exploring their faith with you, they’ll look forward to family time together. They’ll even initiate it! Even better, you’ll be giving them the most important part of their faith: they’ll own their own spiritual growth, continually drawing closer to God.

Children, do what your parents tell you.
This is only right. “Honor your father and mother”
is the first commandment that has a promise attached to it,
namely, “so you will live well and have a long life.”

Fathers, don’t exasperate your children by coming down hard on them.
Take them by the hand and lead them in the way of the Master.
Ephesians 6:1–4


We’d like to thank Focus on the Family for providing their excellent resources on building your family’s faith.

Announcing Family Bible Week


Change is in the air. For much of the world, this change in the seasons marks the start of family fun and celebration. Many families are planning activities to keep their school-aged children occupied during the summer season. Other families are planning the next season of their lives, as they celebrate their “kids” who are graduating. And this coming Sunday, families from many countries will celebrate their mothers, mothers-in-law, and grandmothers for Mother’s Day.

That’s why today we’re announcing Family Bible Week. Family Bible Week is our special summer kick-off event to help you draw your family together around God’s Word. Beginning this Sunday, May 10th, join us for a week of tips, ideas… and prizes!

Celebrate Mom. Share a Bible verse that honors your mother and expresses how much she means to you. (We’ll suggest a few of our favorites to help get you started.)

Pick a Family Bible Plan. Choose a Bible Plan that your whole family can read together. (We’ll share a list of Plans that we recommend.) And if you’ll let us know which Plan you’re doing by using the hashtag #FamilyBiblePlan, your family may even win a prize!

Share Your Story. How does your family let God’s Word speak into your lives? How do you keep your family centered around faith in Christ? We’d love to hear your story! This week, we’ll tell you the best ways you can share it with us.

Create a Family Verse Image. What’s your family’s “theme” Bible verse? Don’t have one? No worries! We’ll offer some tips for how your family can choose their favorite. And if you share your Family Verse as a Verse Image using the hashtag #OurFamilyVerse, we’ll be randomly selecting a few families to receive prizes!

Enjoy Family Story Time. The next all-new Bible App for Kids story arrives next Friday. We’ll tell you then what it is and how you can get it, so you can enjoy it together as a family — not to mention the more than 30 stories already in the Bible App for Kids!

And more!

In the weeks to come, we hope you’ll invest some of the time you’ll be spending with family to intentionally engage with the Bible together. We’re looking forward to helping you explore new ways that you can seek God’s wisdom and encouragement — together, as a family.

“…I know what I’m doing. I have it all planned out — plans to take care of you, not abandon you, plans to give you the future you hope for. When you call on me, when you come and pray to me, I’ll listen. When you come looking for me, you’ll find me. Yes, when you get serious about finding me and want it more than anything else, I’ll make sure you won’t be disappointed.”
Jeremiah 29:11–13, The Message

American Bible Society Survey: 98% say everyone should be able to get the Bible

While most in the U.S. express strong support that everyone who wants a Bible should be able to have one, few have a clear grasp of the big picture of Bible access, according to the 2015 State of the Bible report just released by American Bible Society. The findings bring key insight about Bible availability and more:



Most people (98% of those surveyed) believe everyone should be free to own and read the Bible.

“Eighty-eight percent of American households own at least one Bible,
with the average household owning about four copies” 

Geof Morin, American Bible Society




Most (72%) also believe that’s already happening. Unfortunately, it’s simply not the case:




More than half of the world’s 6,901 languages still do not have a complete Bible translation. For speakers of more than 1,859 languages, God simply doesn’t speak their language. Translation of the Bible hasn’t even started in the language they use in their everyday conversations. They’ve never heard truths in their heart language, something most of us take for granted:

“For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons,neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord.”
Romans 8:38–39 NIV

“The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.”
Lamentations 3:22 ESV

“And may you have the power to understand, as all God’s people should, how wide, how long, how high, and how deep his love is.”
Ephesians 3:18 NLT

And for an additional 2,195 languages, speakers only have part of the Bible available in their language.



Sharing the vision, continuing the work

We live in a unique time in history, equipped with tools that can help us reach more people than ever before with the Gospel. In fact, we have the potential to see the realization of a goal that past generations could only dream about. In our lifetime, we could see the Bible translated into every language on earth. This is only possible thanks to a broad coalition of partners like American Bible Society, publishers, authors, translators, and YouVersion volunteers around the globe. We are working together in unprecedented ways so that every person in the world can connect with the Bible, no matter where they live or what language they speak.


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Interviews show top football players love the Bible App

Sunday, February 1, will be the the biggest day of the year in American sports. And although the top two teams in American football will face off as rivals on the field, several players from both sides share a love for the Bible. Thanks to YouVersion partner The Increase, hear some of the greatest players in American football tell why they love the Bible App:



And here’s a bonus video, captured by our friends at at Media Day talking with players from the Patriots and Seahawks about their love for the Bible:


Spread the Word.

Just like you, they love being able to read God’s Word anytime, anywhere with the Bible App. Whether it’s sharing the Verse of the Day, adding Bookmarks, or listening to audio Bibles, we’re all part of the same global community of people seeking God through His Word.


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Take it Further

Now is a great time to take a look at this special Bible Plan from The Increase. In this 3-week devotional, professional athletes from the NFL and MLB share the Bible passages that mean the most to them — and the stories behind them.

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2014 Scripture Impact Award Goes to Pastor

On September 27, at a special ceremony at in Oklahoma City, Bob Creson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Wycliffe Bible Translators, presented the 2014 Scripture Impact Award to Bobby Gruenewald, pastor and innovation leader at The award recognizes the work Bobby and the YouVersion team have done to  contribute to Scripture engagement and to bring an end to Bible illiteracy. Here’s video from that event:

Wycliffe created the Scripture Impact Award in 2003 to honor the late Dr. Bill Bright, founder of Campus Crusade for Christ International, in celebration of his love for the Lord and the Scriptures. Past recipients have included Billy Graham, Rick Warren, Luis Palau, Cynthia and Chuck Swindoll, Drs. Lois and Tony Evans, Caroline and Bunker Hunt, and  Dr. Barry Black.

To celebrate the Scripture Impact Award, developed The Impact of Scripture Bible Plan, which Wycliffe translated for YouVersion into five additional languages: Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, and Brazilian Portuguese.

Now installed on more than 155 million unique devices, the Bible App is what it is today only because millions of people all over the world use it every day to engage with the Bible—and with each other. Translators have dedicated much of their lives to bringing God’s Word to life in different languages. Bible societies and publishers have generously offered their translations to the worldwide YouVersion community. And people just like you volunteer to translate Bible Plans and the Bible App’s interface into the language of their hearts, so that others can share in its joy.

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