Malawi: Digital Bible Library reaches new milestone
The Digital Bible Library now contains biblical texts in 1,000 languages.
September 13, 2016Print this article
The Lambya New Testament from Malawi became the 1,000th language uploaded to the Digital Bible Library on April 23. The Digital Bible Library serves as a central online space for the world’s Bible translations to be digitized and distributed through print, audio, video and mobile devices. Through a network of ministry and financial partners, the Digital Bible Library is helping God’s Word reach waiting people in some of the most hostile and remote regions of the world.
Every Tribe Every Nation—an alliance of Bible agencies, including American Bible Society—launched the Digital Bible Library in 2012. More than 4 billion people can now access God’s Word in their heart language through this innovative resource.
Thanks to the support of our faithful financial partners, American Bible Society has been engaging people with the life-changing message of God’s Word for more than 200 years.
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