Digital Bibles and Resources in Arabic, Bengali, Burmese, Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian, Malaysian, Persian, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Urdu and Vietnamese.
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Organizers believe that the extensive availability of personal technologies in nearly every nation on the earth has created an unrivaled opportunity to enable global access to the scriptures. This is why the Digital Bible Society exists - to provide Biblical-famine relief to resource-impoverished believers in closed and creative-access nations. The Digital Bible Society is transforming the crisis of access in these nations with significant resource libraries including varieties of Bible commentaries, theology, audio Scriptures, devotionals, and evangelistic movies (such as the Hope and the Jesus Film)- all in the user's language, delivered safely by a micro SD card that fits securely onto the tip of a finger.
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Digital Bible Society -Digital Resource Libraries on CD's DVD's, and SD chips in Chinese and other Languages
The Digital Bible Society (DBS) serves the Church around the world by collecting and distributing digital Bibles and Christian literature in their own languages. These Treasure Libraries (TL's) are then freely made available to individuals, churches, and mission agencies for distribution in every nation. DBS has completed Treasure Libraries in Chinese, Arabic,and Persian on digital media such as CD's DVD's, and SD chips to be used in a multitude of devices. They are currently producing digital libraries for a number of languages, countries, and regions of the world. To increase their value, DBS is actively seeking the help of churches, individuals and ministries representing these languages. They need help to identify and collect digital materials and assistance in the production process. This includes collecting content materials and permissions, small translation tasks, reviewing of libraries, networking, and distributing finished libraries.