Where’s my language?

Since returning to the United States, I’ve (David) been working as a user advocate helping people connect with the Word of God in different languages and helping people to engage with the Word of God in a language they can understand. I decided to make a partial list of how many different languages people have asked about that I responded to that I was able to help them connect with.

  • ಕನ್ನಡ ಸತ್ಯವೇದವು(Kannada language) India
  • Urdu (Pakistan, India)
  • Hoffnung für alle (Germany)
  • Yoruba (Nigeria)
  • Afrikaans (South Africa and Namibia)
  • Xitsonga (South Africa)
  • Sepedi (South Africa)
  • Tongan (Tonga Islands)
  • La Parole de Vie (French Multiple countries)
  • Bíblia Sagrada (Portuguese – Brazil)
  • bijbel voor kinderen (Dutch Children’s Bible)
  • Lacandon (Guatemala)
  • isiXhosa (South Africa)
  • Lingala (Congo & DRC) while this translation exists, it is not yet available in the YouVersion app. I was able to share that it is available with a partner Faith Comes By Hearing’s bible.is app.
  • الترجمة العربية المشتركة الطبعة الكاثوليكية (Arabic translation) Lebanon
  • English (49 different versions available within the app)

There are currently 1068 languages available to read all or part of the Bible, in addition to helping people connect with a language that speaks directly to their heart I’m answering all types of questions.

Please pray for the team that is working with Bible Societies around the world to get every language that has a translation added to the app so everyone can have access to the Word of God.

Fighting to #EndBiblePoverty one question at a time.


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4 Responses to Where’s my language?

  1. Pop-pop says:

    YouVersion is a powerful tool. We are praying that God will continue to use you to help end Bible poverty.

  2. Tracy Pickett says:

    Thank you for this visual and your part in bringing God’s Word all over the world! So cool!! >

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