Category Archives: Bible Translation

The Seed Company :: Write the Word Wednesday {Instagram} Link Up…

 How are you using INSTRAGRAM to “Write the Word” to “End Bible Poverty“? Please link and share your “how” through image below: Don’t forget to “tweet” your pic Read more…

Meet The Seed Company Bloggers {Week 2}…

Meet The Seed Company Bloggers week 2… As mentioned last week, The Seed Company is blessed to have a talented array of bloggers who are passionate about doing Read more…

The Seed Company :: Write the Word Wednesday {Instagram Link Up}…

 How are you using INSTRAGRAM to “Write the Word” to “End Bible Poverty“? Please link and share your “how” through image below: Don’t forget to use  hashtags when Read more…

Meet The Seed Company Bloggers…

Today begins a series of blogs posts (to be posted Fridays through the end of March) featuring The Seed Company Bloggers. The Seed Company is blessed to have Read more…

The Seed Company :: Write the Word Wednesday {Instagram Link Up}…

It all started with an idea. Traci Veek (I’ll Take Tea), who began handwriting the scriptures for her own personal and spiritual growth, had an idea.  She felt Read more…

Five Questions Every Donor Should Ask

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How do you know if your funds are helping to create lasting impact? Before you give to a mission organization, you want to hear solid answers to your most important questions.

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Nearly 2,000 languages – 300 million people – worldwide still do not have one verse of scripture in their heart language. 300 million people… I still have difficulty Read more…

National Prayer Breakfast: Reflections & Dreams

What an experience it was to attend the National Prayer Breakfast. By now, the staff at the Hilton have long since cleared off the tables and stacked up Read more…

How to Accelerate Scripture Distribution

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The message about the Lord spread widely and had a powerful effect. —Acts 19:20, NLT God’s Word changes lives. We need to get the Word out as rapidly Read more…

Our Language No Longer Matters (Or So We Thought)

These elders were looking out for the next generation — and future ones to come. Survival weighed heavily on their minds. With pressure mounting on all sides, one choice seemed inevitable: to embrace the language of wider communication. Yet, in similar situations around the world, local people rise up, make critical choices and stop the inevitable.