Bible Translation program at Gordon College

Missiologists estimate that some 1,600 languages are still in need of Scripture translation—and they believe it can be accomplished in this generation. The Bible Translation Program at Gordon College offers students the opportunity to join the Missio Dei in achieving this goal and reaching people groups throughout the world.

Learn more: https://www.gordon.edu/bibletranslation

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