Wycliffe Associates, one of the world’s leading Bible translation organizations, is providing much-needed technology to translators living in remote regions that both protect and accelerate the translation of the Scriptures.
The organization, which empowers mother-tongue Bible translators and partners with local churches in the advancement of Bible translation, recently announced the development of Bible Translation Acceleration Kits (BTAKs) for mother-tongue Bible translators who live in isolated regions with no internet connectivity.
Each kit, worth $2,500, provides access to all the Bible translation software a language group needs, along with a built-in satellite internet connection. When one language group receives a BTAK and translates the Scriptures into their own heart language, they pass along what they’ve learned to other language groups in their region, according to Wycliffe.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Leah MarieAnn Klett