What We Do Pastor David smiles while holding a Talking Bible What We Do
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Our Stories Nagaji holding a Talking Bible. Our Stories

Why a “Talking Bible?”

By our estimation, there are over 1 billion people in the world who cannot read the Bible in their heart language. These are the men, women, and children who need the spoken Word.


Our Mission

Our mission stems from a strong conviction that everyone in the world needs access to the Bible. The purpose of Talking Bibles is to give non-readers and the blind access to the Bible in their native language.

Our mission is to serve the Lord Jesus Christ by producing audio recordings of translated Scriptures in hundreds of languages and making these recordings accessible in the form of Talking Bibles for millions of people around the world who cannot read.

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If they cannot read, how will they have access to the Gospel? Watch this video to see how a Talking Bible can change the life of a non-reader.


Must See Videos

Watch how the Talking Bible is used to proclaim the Word of God across the globe!


Check out our latest newsletter!

This Summer/Fall 2019 edition features the story of Soweyos, a non-reader from Godere, Ethiopia. Soweyos learned about the Gospel from Harvey Hoekstra.

Read the story of Kamtu: A Farmer from Rajashtan

Newsletter cover showing Soweyos holding a Talking Bible

Ways to Get Involved

The opportunity to place Talking Bibles is huge. Your support helps equip a new believer or group with a Talking Bible in their language and train them to share God’s Word, so they can reach friends and family with the Good News about Jesus.

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God’s Challenge

God calls all believers to go out and preach the Gospel and make new disciples, to become a fisher of souls. This can be a daunting task for any Christian. Imagine then if you could not read. How could you disciple another person without God’s Word? Our vision is to help people EVERYWHERE to become fishers of souls. Providing them with God’s Word in the form of a Talking Bible can help give them the knowledge and skills necessary to share the Gospel with their friends and family.

The spoken word makes possible a new type of evangelist: a non-reading evangelist.

You can help take the Gospel to the last remaining unreached people by training and equipping Scripture-hungry non-readers with Talking Bibles.


Watch Global Frontier Missions’ video State of the World – The Task Remaining

This is the State of the World video showing where our missionaries and finances are being used in the Christian missions world among unreached people groups. The information comes from Gordon Conwell Seminary’s Center for the Study of Global Christianity and the Perspectives on the World Christian Movement course. Check out globalfrontiermissions.org/state-of-the-world-the-task-remaining/ for more information.