Earlier this week my family and the Sowers Harvest Cafe team had a bunch of our student friends here for a backyard dinner party around the campfire. As we were preparing to eat, I remembered that most likely one of our friends who was Muslim was not going to join in with the meal because of...
“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
For the first three days of this week, the three of us here at ABT (Joel, Aaron, Bryant) had the privilege of traveling through three states (PA, Ohio, Indiana) to meet up with three ABT members and their churches. It was a blessed time!
Registration is open for next month's event, but closes on May 1. Please register in the next 5 days.
EXPLORE ABT—Who is it for?
“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,...
Why Translate the Bible?
Why, really, could it be worth risking your neck to get the Scriptures translated into an obscure language, just one out of over 7,000 spoken today? Is there even sufficient cause to give one'...
“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
What do you get when you take an Anabaptist farm boy and his family from the mid-western United States and deposit them on the other side of the earth? You get culture shock. In our training we learned about culture shock. I am grateful for our training. It removed the element of surprise....
"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