In Jordan, God's Word is healing the hearts of Middle Eastern refugees. City partnerships in the U.S. are reaching thousands with the Bible. Technology helps bring Scripture to the ends of the earth.
At the end of September, Christian pilgrims from around the world descended on Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for the World Meeting of Families—the world’s largest gathering of Catholic families. People poured into the city...Read More »
In mid-September, Christian leaders convened in Arizona to launch the first Bible-based trauma healing program in Phoenix. While American Bible Society’s international trauma healing program started in Central Africa in 2010, the program has now...Read More »
A new website allows U.S. military members and their families to interact with God’s Word together online. On the site, troops can read through the popular Military Bible Challenge reading plan and discuss...Read More »
A 2015 survey conducted by American Bible Society and Barna Group unmasks the major challenges and opportunities when it comes to engaging teenagers with God’s Word. Just 7 percent of teenagers are actively engaged with the...Read More »
A new Bible Engagement Leadership Blog from American Bible Society provides church leaders with cutting edge strategies to increase Bible reading in American churches.The blog presents issues and ideas, such as the value of...Read More »
Laura Burgueño’s first encounter with American Bible Society’s trauma healing program was in a magazine advertisement.At the time, Laura found herself in the midst of a very difficult season of church...Read More »