Shoeboxes and Bridges

Before computers, there were shoeboxes. Early Bible translators and other Scripture workers, when learning a language, would write the new words on index cards, collecting…

Passport to Christ

“I have to make sure no one is coming,” Ben Clary whispers, opening the door. He peeks out, then shuts the door again. Dressed in…

In the Rain…

It’s not always robin-egg blue skies and amber sunlight for the Missions at the Airport (MATA) teams who fly to spread the word about Bible…

JAARS Heartbeat

What in the world is JAARS Day all about? What do people there do all day? Well, on a blustery October day, over 600 people…

42 Reasons to…

In ancient times in the Kingdom of Kongo in Africa, chiefs would sit on an ornate mobile throne, or tipio, as their slaves carried them…

New Media Specialists…

Many remaining Bibleless people groups are non-literate, oral societies. Now more than ever, there is a need for media specialists to come alongside language teams…

ABCs For JAARS…

Join us this Saturday for JAARS Day, an informative, family-friendly, fun day on the campus of JAARS. Take a ride in a missionary plane or…

Help Transform People’s…

The translated Word of God touches lives—forever. It brings peace, joy, and eternal life in Christ. Would you like to play a part in transforming…