From suffering to serenity: These people's lives were broken until they heard God's Word. The audible Scripture helped them overcome their brokenness. Now they experience God's presence each day.
God’s audible Word is a gift that reveals the path to everlasting life. These stories exemplify the transforming power of Scripture.
In this encouraging testimony about a woman who chose to follow Christ despite terrible loss, see how God can transform a life through His Word.
God’s Word rings out across the nations, and Good News resounds to the young and old. The living Christ speaks to all, discipling new believers and freshly encouraging the faithful. Join us in praising God for 2020-21 ministry impact.
Christians follow a course that, to our temporal eyes, seems uncharted. Dangerous. But it is a course pioneered by Jesus Christ. Take heart in running the race as you read this newsletter.
Together, we march forward in God's victory (1 Corinthians 15:57). In this newsletter, you will read victory stories that will encourage your heart.
See how God’s audible Word has eternally transformed the lives of these South Sudanese refugees. Even in the midst of horror, violence, and brokenness, God speaks!
For the first time in history, the Tboli people can hear God speak their language. Witness this powerful testimony of the recording of the Tboli Audio Bible in the Philippines.
Take a virtual tour of the Philippines with donors, staff, and board members. Share their joy as they witness people hearing God speak their language for the first time.
Reverend Asare talks about the last 30 years of ministry at Theovision International.
Special testimony episode featuring the real stories of people who've heard the Gospel in their heart language and trusted Christ.
Dr. Kirk Franklin, Executive Director of Wycliffe Global Alliance, talks about the vital importance of collaboration in fulfilling the Great Commission.
Technology has become ubiquitous. From the Gutenberg Bible to the Audio Bible, many hurdles in Scripture access have been overcome through technological advancements. This blog chronicles our journey.
Oral people make up around 70% of the world's population. Whatever their background, they learn best through hearing. From Paul's letters in the New Testament, we can discover how best to evangelize and disciple oral learners.
"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age." – Matthew 28:19-20
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