Does the Bible exist in your language?

Bible for Everyone

God’s words are alive and active, and they have the power to transform lives. When He speaks, light breaks through the darkness. When God speaks, the old becomes new.

How is God’s Word shaping you?

There are millions of people seeking God through His Word in YouVersion. Every time you open the app, you have an opportunity to hear from God in a language you understand—a language that speaks to you.

…But what if you didn’t?

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Right now, there are over 2,500 Bible versions in over 1,700 languages available in YouVersion…

…But there are still thousands of languages that need to be translated.

How different would your life look if there were no Bible versions available in your language?

Right now, almost a billion people are able to speak to their mothers, their fathers, their siblings, and their neighbors in their language … but they’ve never experienced God speaking to them through His Word in their language.

The Bible literally doesn’t exist in their heart language. But imagine what will happen in their families, communities, and countries when that changes.

Help shape someone’s future.

Right now, there is a movement of people committed to helping us get the Bible to everyone by the year 2033, and you can help us reach this goal.

Our Vision
for 2033

95% of the world’s population
will have a full Bible

99.9% will have at least
the New Testament

100% will have at least
a portion of Scripture

Let’s get the Bible to everyone.

When you give to Bible for Everyone, you’re helping our global Bible partners get Scripture translated into every language. And almost as soon as a new version is completed, we’re able to make it available to the entire YouVersion Community, worldwide.

Our vision is to see everyone have access to at least a portion of Scripture by 2033—but what if God wants to do more than we can imagine? What if we could reach this goal faster? And what if God wants to use you?

Will you join us?

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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.

A Prayer for Christian Leaders

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Who can you honor today?

Dear brothers and sisters, honor those who are your leaders in the Lord’s work. They work hard among you and give you spiritual guidance.


When you think of a spiritual leader that positively impacted your life, who comes to mind? Maybe it’s a church leader. Maybe it’s a mentor who’s inspired you. Maybe it’s a friend or family member who helped your faith grow stronger.

How would your life look if they weren’t a part of it?

The past few years have been challenging for Christian leaders around the world. Everything we’ve faced, they’ve gone through, too—but they’ve also carried the burdens of people just like us.

What would happen if millions of people across the global YouVersion Community committed to praying for the people who’ve encouraged us?

Let’s find out.

Today, let’s honor the people who selflessly serve us by praying together for them.

A Prayer for Christian Leaders


Thank You for placing Christian leaders in my life who love You and care about me. I have been shaped by their wisdom, compassion, kindness, and selfless love.

Today, I ask that You would show me how I can bless these leaders, just like they have blessed me. Let my gratitude remind them that they are seen, valued, and known.

Encourage them when they feel worn out, and renew their strength when they’re overwhelmed. Give rest to those who need it, and remind them of Your promises. Bless their families, strengthen their ministries, and expand their influence—for Your glory, and their good.

In Jesus’ name,


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Discover God’s Vision For Your Life

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You were made for this.

And I heard the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” Then I said, “Here I am! Send me.”


Do you ever wish you were a part of something more? We all want our lives to be meaningful, but despite our best efforts, it’s easy to feel unfulfilled and unable to make an impact.

What if we could partner with God to live our lives with purpose? What if instead of asking God to do something for us, we asked God to use us?

Asking God for direction can seem daunting, but He is always available to provide direction. One way to discover God’s vision for your life is by deliberately seeking Him every day through His Word.

Ready to pursue your purpose? Start a Plan:

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Teach Kids How to Love Like Jesus

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How to Help Kids Build Healthy Relationships

… in humility value others above yourselves, not looking to your own interests but each of you to the interests of others. In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus …


Healthy relationships are fundamental for kids’ development. Meaningful connections help them learn how to communicate, develop emotional intelligence, and set healthy boundaries. So, how can you help the kids in your life build a connection with the people around them?

Teaching children what the Bible says about how to treat others is a great place to start. The Bible App for Kids offers fun, interactive activities that illustrate concepts like empathy and forgiveness. Use the stories below to teach kids about relationships in ways they can easily understand.

Find these 3 story icons in the app to get started:

Wherever You Go

In Wherever You Go—the story of Ruth and Naomi—kids learn about loyalty and integrity.

Through the Roof

Kids will learn about support and sacrifice as Jesus heals a paralyzed man in Through the Roof.

Coming Home

Teach children about forgiveness, respect, and trust through the Parable of the Prodigal Son in Coming Home.

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and discover more story resources on our website.

How to stop making choices you regret…

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“And I know that nothing good lives in me, that is, in my sinful nature. I want to do what is right, but I can’t. I want to do what is good, but I don’t. I don’t want to do what is wrong, but I do it anyway.”

ROMANS 7:18-19

Think back to a decision you made recently that didn’t honor God. Maybe in the moment, the choice felt fun, or maybe you didn’t know how to say “no.” Maybe you just felt stuck or tired, and you didn’t see any alternative. We’ve all done things that weigh us down and make us wonder, “Why do I seem to do what I know is wrong?”

The world encourages us to “follow our hearts,” but our feelings can easily trick us into doing things that don’t align with God’s will. But with God’s help, we can break the cycles that cause us to make poor decisions.

What is sin?

When Adam and Eve decided to pursue something “good” apart from God, their decision allowed evil to enter the world. In Scripture, sin is often used to describe actions that miss the target God has asked us to aim for: living a life centered around loving God and others.

While there are universal actions that dishonor God, small acts of disobedience also pull us away from Him. The apostle James wrote that “it is a sin to know what the right thing to do is, and then not do it.”

In other words, if you know what God is asking you to do, yet you still decide to disobey Him—then you’re undermining God’s authority in your life. Sin entices us because it is self-gratifying, but it results in eternal separation from God and others.

How do we change?

While we were still sinners, Jesus came and died for us. His voluntary sacrifice and separation from God led to our reconciliation with Him. None of this is because we deserve it, but because God always desired it. God wants to help us change because He knows we can’t overcome sin on our own.

So if you don’t know Jesus, the first step you can take to overcome sin is to invite Him to transform your life.

But if you already belong to Jesus—He has given you the grace, strength, and forgiveness you need to live a life that honors Him. So when you find yourself making choices you later regret, here are some practical steps you can take:

  1. Keep drawing near to God every day.

  2. The more time you spend with God, the more you will want to honor Him and do His will, and this makes sin less appealing. Over time, God will transform your mind and change the way you think.

    Try spending 15 minutes with God every day this week, and see what happens when you do. Guided Prayer is a great place to start.

  3. Get connected to community.

  4. We weren’t created to go through life alone—we were made to build each other up. The people who surround you will influence the choices you make. Consider asking some people you know and look up to—whether online or in person—to draw near to God with you.

    Try starting a Plan with Friends.

  5. Ask God to search your heart.

  6. We can only change when we allow God to change us. Consider saving the following Prayer in your YouVersion app, and each day, ask God to transform you:


I don’t want to take part in bad habits or poor decisions that don’t lead to an abundant life. So please search me, and know my heart. Test my anxious thoughts. Point out anything in me that offends You, and lead me along the path of everlasting life. I want You to renew my mind so that I can know what Your will is, and walk in it. Here I am, Lord. I surrender my heart—I am Yours.

In Jesus’ name,

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