"To facilitate our desires and goals, we have chosen the top 12 spoken languages in the world, and we are traveling with Ken Ham to translate his most relevant talks into those languages. The top 12 languages are Chinese, English, Spanish, Hindi, Arabic, Bengali, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, German, French and Punjabi," state their officials who include Dr. David Crandall and Diana Crandall.
"Since our early days, Ken Ham’s presentations have been available in the English language. We then traveled to Mexico to translate into International Spanish and then Taipan for the Chinese translations. In 2008 we will travel to India to translate into Hindi and in 2009 to Tokyo, Japan, to translate into Japanese. In 2010 we will journey to a Russian speaking country. Each year we will add one more new language. These DVDs will be provided free of charge on the mission field to the people who speak that language," say the Crandalls.
Their latest project will include a national print and billboard component of the campaign that will quote specific Bible verses that address the issues of the day. These will begin running in the national newspaper “USA Today” on March 1. Stand-alone Scriptures on the topics of abortion, marriage, and the place of faith in God in the public sphere will be quoted following the introduction, “The Bible speaks for itself . . ., “ concluding with a link to the campaign’s Web site for more information.
The theme for the campaign is “I am not ashamed of the Word of God” (2 Timothy 2:15; Romans 1:16). The focus will be on the authority of the Bible, which speaks for itself. The campaign will highlight the mutual respect and appreciation that the large majority of the public has for the Bible as the Word of God. Participants will read from the NASB version of the Scriptures to create the world’s first online video Bible in a very clear and understandable format.
Drawing on the promise in Isaiah 55:11 that God’s Word won’t return void, iamnotashamed.org hopes to renew Americans’ trust in Scripture as a foundation for their lives. Built around a common belief in the Bible, the campaign is designed to promote grassroots participation in the social media space. More information and instructions for participating are available online at iamnotashamed.org.
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