Author: Geof Morin

A Word from Geof

Dear Friend, Have you ever tried to walk in real darkness? Even in a place you know very well, like your own house, there’s a good chance you’re going to bump into something or trip and fall—or step on a particularly painful toy. Walking in physical darkness can mean bumps

A WORD FROM GEOF

Dear Friend,  Don’t you wish we could give everyone in the world a Bible tomorrow—in the language they dream in and a format that helps them truly engage with God’s Word?  I wish we could, too. Instead, we need to prioritize the most critical Scripture needs around the world, to

A WORD FROM GEOF

Dear Friend,  Don’t you wish we could give everyone in the world a Bible tomorrow—in the language they dream in and a format that helps them truly engage with God’s Word?  I wish we could, too. Instead, we need to prioritize the most critical Scripture needs around the world, to

A WORD FROM GEOF

Dear Friend,  It’s Easter morning, and Peter and John are in a foot race. They’ve just heard the most unbelievable news anybody’s ever heard. Jesus, alive again? You can imagine how their minds are spinning, hoping but afraid to hope.  John reaches the tomb first. The stone has been rolled

A WORD FROM GEOF

Dear Friend,  It’s Easter morning, and Peter and John are in a foot race. They’ve just heard the most unbelievable news anybody’s ever heard. Jesus, alive again? You can imagine how their minds are spinning, hoping but afraid to hope.  John reaches the tomb first. The stone has been rolled

A WORD FROM GEOF

Dear Friend,  Do you feel like you’re running an endurance race right now?  Between the ongoing pandemic and the many crises around our world, I think most of us are living in a place of deep-seated anxiety. Everywhere we look, we see something that’s broken. In July, before the Taliban

A WORD FROM GEOF

Dear Friend,  Imagine you had a book that said “Bible” on the front but, when you opened it, all of the pages were blank.  That’s what we mean when we talk about Bible poverty: when people can’t encounter God through His Word because it’s not available in their language or