Biblica, The International Bible Society, a worldwide ministry that has been helping people read and understand God’s Word for over 200 years, announced the appointment of Laura Fisher as Area Executive Director, North America, effective June 19.
Biblica, The International Bible Society, launched the ground-breaking NIrV Accessible Edition yesterday in London, as church and ministry leaders from across the UK gathered at the event in All Souls Church, London. Hosted by Biblica Europe and with contributions from project partners Livability, Torch Trust and Urban Saints, the celebration marked a publishing milestone after three years of extensive planning, research, development and consultation with key stakeholders. Victoria from Livability shared very personally how this Bible will make a real and lasting impact in her own life and the lives of others, commenting: “God is great, and he is wonderful, and everyone needs to be able to read his word.”
Biblica, The International Bible Society, a worldwide ministry that has been helping people read and understand God’s Word for over 200 years, announced the release last week of the first-ever Sorani Kurdish Bible.
Just a few years ago, in order to read God’s Word, you had to obtain a printed copy of the Bible – which in some parts of the world was impossible. In 2007, that began to change. That’s the year YouVersion started making the Bible available in digital formats. As of January 2016, there had been nearly 260 million downloads of the YouVersion Bible App. Today, the site has 1472 versions and 1067 languages that people can access on their …
Biblica is pleased to announce that Tracy Thomas has accepted the newly created position of Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) and will begin her role effective November 21.
Biblica, The International Bible Society is restructuring its ministry in the East Asia Pacific region. Colorado Springs, CO: Biblica Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Carl Moeller, Biblica Chief Ministry Officer, Stephen Cave, and Biblica East Asia Pacific Area Executive Director, Richard Loh, announced the restructuring of Biblica’s East Asia Pacific Region beginning October 1, 2016. The initial phase of the restructure resulted from the intention of long-time Regional Director, Bishop Leo Alconga, to retire from ministry. Bishop Alconga retires after serving …
In an effort to more clearly focus its strategy for Bible translation, Bible access, and Bible engagement, Biblica is launching a new ministry in MENA. It will be a ministry that engages in evangelism and empowering the church through ministry to children & youth and equipping leaders. It will pursue wider outreach through digital media (e.g. Internet radio & social media) as well as outreach to persecuted and oppressed Christians. In some countries in the MENA region, it will operate ministry centers.