“Do not have your concert first, and then tune your instrument afterwards. Begin the day with the Word of God and prayer, and get first of all into harmony with Him.” —Hudson Taylor
“When we all get to heaven, what a day of rejoicing that will be!” Amen.
Will there be any regrets in heaven?
It has been said that one of the greatest disappointments we’ll have once we get to heaven is how little we used the power of prayer!
Yes, the Bible tell us that God...
"'Not called!' did you say? ‘Not heard the call!' I think you should say. Put your ear down to the Bible . . . put your ear down to the burdened, agonized heart of humanity . . . listen to its . . . wail for help!” —William Booth
Book Review by A. S., 2016: One Bible, Many Versions, by Dave Brunn of Ethnos360 — Growing up around Elizabethan English, hearing the KJV read, and later reading it for myself puts a unique perspective on this ancient literary style...
“Multilingualism is a gift. It facilitates sharing of testimonies across language barriers.” —Larry Hayashi
In his recent paper presented at the 2017 Bible Translation conference, Kyle Davis encourages using locally trained indigenous church leaders instead of primarily depending on expatriate specialists throughout the duration of the translation process.
So, within the target language of a...
"Lord, let me make a difference for you that is utterly disproportionate to who I am." —David Brainerd
Take a look at the relationship square below. This square is a simplified representation of ABT’s relationship to sending churches and the Bible translation and church planting process.
The relationship square illustrates three main points:
"The spread of the gospel in the early church saw the dissemination of Scripture along with the provision of missionaries and pastors. One wonders if at least some of the tensions over Bible translation springs from the commitment on the part of some to provide adequate translations without...
(written the beginning of August)