SERVING THE FORGOTTEN

Biblica has been partnering with Alive to Serve in East Africa since 2009. This is a ministry that was founded to reach unreached people groups in Northern and Coastal regions of Kenya with a focus on Children. One community reached this quarter was a village made up of Pokomo and Waata tribes. Most of the […]

THE EWE BIBLE LAUNCH

BACKGROUNDAgbenya La, Biblica’s contemporary Ewe Bible translation started in the year 1976. The purpose of the project was to give Ewe speakers an alternate Bible that is easy to read, easy to understand, accurate and in a language that is contemporary. The philosophy of the translation and the sourcetext were based on the New Living […]

THE LINGALA BIBLE LAUNCH

(AUGUST 2021) Introduction Lingala is a language spoken by around 20 million people mostly in the Democratic Republic of Congo. While it is the mother tongue of some, it is spoken by many more as the business language in the country. In fact, this language has been exported to neighboring countries through music. A very […]

REM: WHERE HOPE BLOOMS

For days on end, all we heard were the praises of a school called REM Secondary School, from two of our colleagues. They had made a delivery of Bibles donated to the school by a donor earlier that week. At first, we all thought it was an excitement of the new experience and so we […]

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  • Alone in Grief My heart aches! People are losing their jobs and maybe their homes. Students are missing out on future opportunities. Some business owners have lost their income and their life savings. And the loss of life is terrible. Even worse, we can’t be there for one another. I’m so discouraged I sometimes don’t know how to go on. God didn’t create us to fend for ourselves in our grief. He placed us in families, with friends, and in communities so we can share the good times and bad times of life together. The Bible affirms the value of our human relationships—… Read more