"God is no further—and no closer—than the language of common discourse, which makes translation a safeguard against believers becoming strangers to God and to one another, and against reducing believers to the status only of clients; translation exists to define the ground of our adoption as God...
"Translating the Bible into the common language of common people is an uncommon challenge that produces an uncommon reward." —William Barrick
"Satan may build a hedge about us and fence us in and hinder our movements, but he cannot roof us in and prevent our looking up."—Hudson Taylor
"We must allow the infallible guide, the Word of truth, to inform our theology, which will inform our missiology, which will inform our methodology." —Brooks Buser
“God gave us the Bible that we might know Him and make Him known. Making God known is what missions is all about.” —M. David Sills
"Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted" —Albert Einstein
“Our mother tongue is the language in which God speaks to each of us. He does not speak in a sacred language, but in the ordinary language, so that we may hear him and realize that this gospel is about us and that we have been invited to join a company drawn from every people, tribe, tongue,...
“I have here translated, brethren and sisters most dear and tenderly beloved in Christ, the New Testament, for your spiritual edifying, consolation, and solace.” —William Tyndale
"A vision without a task is but a dream; a task without a vision is but drudgery; a vision and a task is the hope of the world." —Inscription on a church building in Sussex, England, ca. 1730
"God can do more in 10 minutes of our praying than we can do in 10 years of our working." —Finny K.