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It's not enough to translate the Bible; it's not enough to distribute the Bible. Our desire is to see real Scripture Engagement: people encountering God's Word in life-changing ways. On this site you'll find news, events and resources for those encouraging Scripture use and Bible engagement around the world.
The vision of the Proclamation Trust (UK) is to encourage ministry that seeks above all to expound the Bible as God's Word for today.
Their website includes information on preaching resources (books, MP3 audio downloads and DVD courses), conferences for preachers, and the Cornhill Training Course (which trains men and women to teach the Bible).
A storehouse of research information for those involved in mission in Africa - maintained by Richard Chowning, a Church Planting Consultant with Pioneer Bible Translators.
Particularly useful to those involved in Scripture Engagement are sections on African culture and religion.
The Saber is a solid-state digital player with hand wind power. It enables people to listen to Scripture in areas without electricity.
It has an amplifier, speaker and sound box, so it can play at significant volume with good quality. This makes it ideal for use in groups. It handles speech and music equally well.
The Saber is powered from internal rechargeable batteries. A built in generator allows the machine to be recharged by turning the handle. External power sources, such as AC/DC power packs, solar panels, or batteries, can also be used to recharge the machine. [more...]
Not only do we not know about the state of Scripture Use in our projects, we often don’t even know how many New Testaments or Bibles have been sold.
In an effort to define progress and success in Scripture Use, Hill proposes both national and project level goals. She then addresses the specifics on how to carry them out in an effective and sensitive manner. An appendix containing a survey of questions to the point is offered.