Explore your next step into Bible translation

In our world today, 1.5 billion people still do not have access to the Bible in their own language. Explore is your opportunity to see how your skills and experience could play a vital role in getting these people access to the Scriptures. Spend a weekend with us exploring whether now is the right time for you to take a big step for the sake of the 1.5 billion.

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Going deeper in Explore

What’s Explore about?

Explore goes deeper into the translation process and explains the importance of each role, skillset and passion. Whether you are gifted with linguistics and languages, fascinated by IT or have a passion for teaching, we show you how each and every person can play an essential role in Bible translation.

We’ll share our passion for the Bible by talking you through the theological foundations of translation, sharing our personal stories, and showing the impact translated Scripture has on individuals and communities.

For more details about the weekend, please register your interest below and we will be in touch.

If you’re thinking of coming on Explore we would encourage you to discuss this with your church leadership. We believe that mission should originate from within our own local churches, so we would encourage you to involve them early on!

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