Imagine not having a Bible in your language. That’s a reality for around 2,000 languages across the globe.  Now in its 75th year, the world-renowned Wycliffe Bible Translators continues its work at reducing that number. One of their newest missions is reaching the deaf.  “The Scriptures clearly state that the Word will go forth to all people, all nations around the world, and then Christ will return,” Andy

Keener, director of global partnerships for Wycliffe USA, told CBN News. “And God has it all planned out, and the fact that he chooses to use an organization like Wycliffe to help bring about his plan just encourages me.” While the numbers are also encouraging, much work still needs to be done. The organization says up to 160 million people need the Bible translated in their languages.  READ MORE