In the Last 5 Years…

Bible for Everyone

We’re getting closer to everyone.

Since 2017, our YouVersion Community has generously given to Bible for Everyone—a campaign focused on providing every person on the planet access to some portion of Scripture in their own language by 2033.

The past 5 years, our Community has contributed to Bible translation projects for 94 languages in 35 countries with nearly 154 million people impacted.

But, we’re not stopping. Over 3,000 languages still need Bible translation. Together, we can get the Bible to Everyone.

Be part of what God is doing in the lives of people all around the world by giving today. Whatever the amount, your gift can make a difference!

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All contributions received through the Bible for Everyone campaign will be used exclusively for the purpose of Bible translation, and spread across different, high-impact translation projects. As each project is completed, any remaining funds are then applied toward the next translation project, as selected by YouVersion and its partners.

God’s Word Changes Lives

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When Craig Groeschel was in college, he was hurting and lost.

“I didn’t like who I was becoming.”

But all that changed when he was given a free Bible, and God’s Word changed his life forever…

Think about the impact God’s Word could have on the people around you—your friends, family, or co-workers.

Right now, allow God to work through you by inviting three people in your life to discover the Bible on YouVersion.

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It might change their lives forever—just like it did for Craig all those years ago.

For the Moms Who Inspire…

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Think of a mom who inspires you. Maybe she’s your own mom, a relative, a neighbor, or a friend.

Moms encourage, comfort, guide, and challenge us. They listen with compassion, speak with wisdom, and lead in love.

Today is the perfect day to tell a mom how much she means to you.

Thank God for these women in your life, and encourage them by sharing this special Verse Image.

There are many virtuous and capable women in the world, but you surpass them all! - Proverbs 31:29 - Verse Image

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“God’s Word ignited something in me.”

When you hear worship artist Ryan Ellis play one of his songs, you know it’s exactly what he was made to do.

But to Ryan, his purpose wasn’t always so clear…

Growing up, Ryan lived close to the poverty line, and started breaking into houses and stealing. He moved from city to city, trying to find direction and meaning.

No matter what he pursued, Ryan always felt empty and unfulfilled.

Until his mom started texting him Bible verses from YouVersion…

With every text, God transformed Ryan’s heart and empowered him to step into his calling.

“I could finally see the whole love story.”

Today, the “Heart of the Father” singer writes and performs music that helps people encounter the presence of God.

But, he might not have discovered that purpose if it hadn’t been for his mom’s faithfulness in sharing Scripture with her son.

Reading God’s Word daily has the power to transform your life—just like it did Ryan’s.

If you’d like to consistently read Scripture, the Verse of the Day is a great place to start.

Discover how to have the Verse of the Day sent to you every day—and then watch how God changes your life as you seek Him.

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What happened after Easter?

How did Jesus spend His time?

2,000 years ago, Jesus conquered death forever. The stone was rolled away from the empty tomb, and we were given new life in Christ.

But what happened next?

Discover five things Jesus did after His resurrection—and what they mean for us today:

1. Jesus showed up.

Jesus spent 40 days on earth after His resurrection. During this time, He eased His followers’ doubts and gave them direction for the future.

Jesus didn’t shout His love from heaven. He showed His love on earth. Today He does the same, by bending low to hear our cries and heal our hearts.

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2. Jesus modeled community.

From breaking bread on the road to Emmaus, to having breakfast on the beach with His disciples, we see Jesus make time for relationships.

Jesus was never too busy to stop and show He cared. As His followers, we’re called to intentionally serve people in our families, workplaces, and cities.

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3. Jesus comforted the broken.

When Jesus came back, He wasn’t frustrated that His disciples hadn’t understood His plan. He met them in their uncertainty and fear instead.

Jesus consoled the woman weeping at the empty tomb. He eased Thomas’ doubts. He spoke words of life and peace.

Today, our Savior still has grace for our questions and confusion. He still draws near when our hearts are broken.

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4. Jesus redeemed mistakes.

Before the crucifixion, Peter denied knowing Jesus three times. Later, we see Jesus restore Peter by asking Him three times if he loves Him, and instructing Peter to care for His flock.

Even though Peter stumbled in his faith, it didn’t cancel his identity in Christ.

In the same way, we can trust that God’s power is made perfect in our weakness.

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5. Jesus instructed and empowered.

Right before Jesus ascended into heaven, He told His followers to “go and make disciples of every nation.”

With these instructions, we’re called to live every day with intentionality, looking for opportunities to share the Gospel.

It’s our job to show people what it means to know God and to make Him known.

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Easter might be over, but what it means for us matters all year long.

Because of Jesus’ death and resurrection, we’re able to access God’s grace, presence, and reassurance like never before.

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