We are bringing the fire of God's Word to the human heart in heart languages around the world

The FireBible is currently available in over 65 languages. Why stop there? Every year, we select a few of our ongoing language projects to focus on. When you donate to one of these projects, you help ensure it will progress into the next phase.

FireBible Around the World

2024 Focus Projects


Chin is spoken by over 600,000 people in Myanmar and another 300,000 in India. With over 125 people groups in Myanmar, the Chin are considered an ethnic minority, and live in the hills and mountains. Though previously launched in 2008, the Chin FireBible now needs a reprint. For the launch, the Bibles had to be carried in on horseback due to its rural setting. The FireBible’s notes provide guidelines, suggestions, and help for Bible students, and gives them a Pentecostal perspective on key doctrinal points. God is using the Chin FireBible to shape the church in Myanmar, and we hope you will join us in providing a reprint for the Chin church.

The Tiddim-Chin Fire Bible Study is a great resource not only for ministers who don’t have the opportunity to study in the Bible Schools but also for laypeople who wanted to know God’s word in depth and to understand in the Pentecostal perspective.”

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Mooré is one of many languages spoken in Burkina Faso, which is in West Africa. Neighboring countries include Benin, Togo, Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Mali, and Nigeria. the Mooré Bible was previously launched in 2007, and over 25% of the Bibles were sold at the launch. The Mooré FireBible is widely used throughout Burkina Faso. We are currently securing licenses to provide a new translation. In most cases, the national church requests a reprint when the Bible stock is getting low or when there are no more Bibles at all. 


1,200,000 words are added in commentary, notes, and articles in the FireBible

Having the FireBible in Xhitsonga will be a wonderful blessing and a tremendous resource. For many pastors in Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and Eswatini this may be the only Biblical resource and commentary that a pastor might have. In some places, the FireBible is being used as a Bible School textbook. This Biblical resource is a wonderful blessing.


Shangana is a Bantu language spoken by the Tsonga people of Southern Africa and Mozambique. We are currently securing licenses to begin translating the Tsongan FireBible. We work closely with the Bible Society in the country to secure the rights to use their scripture text in our FireBibles. We always make sure to use a scripture text that is widely accepted by the national church. After this, we can begin the translation process where we work with teams overseas to translate the FireBible commentary into their own heart language.

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The Amharic FireBible launched in 2011, and a reprint is needed. It was initially printed in Belarus and shipped through the Suez Canal to the capital city. Missionaries who worked during this project believe it was a miracle it arrived safely. At the beginning of the project, they did not have access to a digital Bible, so we also digitized their Bible for them. The FireBible has been completely accepted and embraced by all churches in Ethiopia. Brother Yonas, the General Secretary of the AG at the time, said “In the whole world, preaching the gospel is vital but especially in Ethiopia because there are so many Muslims that come to Christ when they see miracles happen and see there is a power that delivers and helps people. This Bible, with its commentary and Pentecostal perspective will help us maintain the Pentecostal experience in our church”.


We are raising funds for the Slovenian FireBible to be available in Slovenia. The translation process has recently begun. Our FireBible team works closely with translation teams overseas who translate the FireBible study notes into their own heart language. This phase is usually the longest, because of how tedious translation and formatting can be. The multi-step process ensures the Bible is as accurate as possible.

The Holy Spirit has come to live in our lives and also to empower us. I'm sure FireBible will help us with Evangelism so we can expand the kingdom of God here in our little country of Slovenia.”

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The Malayalam FireBible project began in 1998 and the Bible was officially launched in 2006. Many people have shown great interest in it, as it is an important and popular language in the church. Malayalam is the official language of the state of Kerala in Southern India and is closely related to Tamil. In 1905, the first Pentecostal missionaries arrived in India, introducing the Assemblies of God church to the area. India is considered a “closed country”, which makes it difficult to evangelize, but God is establishing His church in this country. We look forward to providing a reprint of the Malayalam FireBible.


The FireBible has become the most translated, printed and distributed study Bible in history.

“It’s very important for us to be able to read the Bible in our own language, the language of our heart. Many times, we don’t understand the Spanish language as we read but in Quechua, we understand. The Quechua FireBible is going to be a weapon and a strong learning tool in our hands.”


The Quechuan FireBible will be provided to Peru. Quechua is also known as Runasimi, which translates to the “people’s language.” It is the most widely spoken indigenous language in Peru, and in Cusco is often regarded as the purest form of the language. Many Quechua speakers do not have written biblical resources since Spanish is the primary language used in education and politics. The Quechuan people are desperate for training materials and have little exposure to the Word. The FireBible is a 1-book library that will meet this need and allow pastors to understand the Bible in the context of their own heart language.

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The translation process has recently begun for the Lingala FireBible. Lingala is a Bantu language spoken in the northwest region of the Democratic Republic of Congo. During the translation process, we work closely with translation teams overseas who translate the FireBible into their own heart language. This process helps the people understand the Bible in the context of their own heart language.


We are currently securing licenses to begin translation for the Swedish FireBible. We work alongside the Bible Society in Sweden to secure the rights to use their scripture text in our FireBible. We make sure to use a scripture text that is widely accepted by the national church. After securing licenses, we can begin translating the FireBible commentary and study notes into the Swedish language. This process usually takes the longest to ensure the Bible is as accurate as possible. 

"Sweden is a secular country but with a longing for spirituality. The church's great mission is to lead people to Jesus and help them find out that he fulfils that longing and much more. In the process of getting to know Jesus and growing in a relationship with him, the FireBible can be a very important tool."

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North America FireBible

English is widely spoken throughout the United States and Canada. We have published several English Bible translations including the English Standard Version, New Living Translation, King James Version, Modern English Version, New International Version, and the New King James Version. 

Quechuan FireBible

Peru is nestled between Chile and Ecuador with a population size of about 33 million. Both Quéchua and Spanish are considered official languages. The Peruvian constitution allows for freedom of religion, and around three-fourths of the population is Roman Catholic. The remainder is Evangelical Christians, Protestants, and followers of traditional beliefs.

Spanish FireBible

Spanish is the first language of about 483 million people worldwide and a second language to another 50 million. The Spanish FireBible is available in the kids and student versions.

Haitian FireBible

There are around 11 million people living in Haiti. Both French and Haitian are the official language, and commonly spoken. The primary religion is Christianity, a mix between Catholic and Protestant. Others are either non-religious or practice vodou. The Haitian Creole FireBible is in process and will be ready to share soon.

Swedish FireBible

There are about 10 million people living in Sweden, with 89% of the population being Swedish. The remainder are mostly Syrian, Iraqi and Finnish. Most of its inhabitants belong to the Church of Sweden, of the Lutheran denomination. Others identify as Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Baptist, Muslim, Jewish and Buddhist.

Slovenian FireBible

This formerly communist country has had a history of faith, but much of their past is riddled with war in which religion was used on one side. These battles have left people disillusioned with Christianity. The growth of the evangelical church in Slovenia is at about negative .2 percent, making it the fifth slowest growing church in the world. Conversely, nominalism and atheism continue to increase.

Serbian FireBible

Serbia is in Southeastern Europe and nestled between Macedonia and Hungary. Comparatively, it is just smaller than South Carolina and is home to around 6 million people. Around 92% of the population are declared Christians. Serbian is the official language; however, many people speak Hungarian, Romanian, Croatian and Albanian. The FireBible is also available in each of these languages.

Romanian FireBible

The official language of Romania, 24-26 million people speak Romanian as their first language. Romanian is also the official language of the Republic of Moldova and an official minority language in Ukraine and Hungary. Like Spanish, Portuguese, French and, Italian, Romanian is a romance language and is most closely related to Italian. This Bible is available in the kid’s version.

Portuguese FireBible

There are approximately 10 million people living in Portugal. 95% of the population are Portuguese, citizens from Portugal’s former colonies in Africa, Asia, and South America. Most of the country is Roman Catholic or Christian, and the remainder is Jewish, Muslim, or non-religious. The Portuguese Bible is also available in the student and kids’ editions.

Polish FireBible

A difficult language to master, Polish is spoken by 45 million people worldwide. Many of its speakers, 38 million, reside in Poland, where it is the official language.

Italian FireBible

In Italy, where Italian is the official language, nearly 56 million people speak the language. It is also the language of the Vatican City. Visitors remark on how different each town is from the next, based on their marked differences in dialect and cuisine. There are about 61 million people living in Italy, most of which are Christian.

Hungarian FireBible

German, the second most spoken language in Europe, is the official language of Germany. More than 90 million people speak German as a first language and another 10-25 million as a second. Germany is Europe’s second most populous country, with around 84 million people. Most people are Roman Catholic and others are Protestant, Muslim, or non-religious.

Greek FireBible

Greece has over 2,000 islands, of which about 170 are inhabited. As the most well-documented of any Indo-European language, Greek is the official language of Greece. It’s one of the oldest attested Indo-European languages, dating to about the 15th century BCE. Due to its long history, Greek has influenced other languages over time; around 12% of the English vocabulary is from the Greek language. 

German FireBible

German, the second most spoken language in Europe, is the official language of Germany. More than 90 million people speak German as a first language and another 10-25 million as a second. Germany is Europe’s second most populous country, with around 84 million people. Most people are Roman Catholic and others are Protestant, Muslim, or non-religious.

French FireBible

The most well-practiced religion in France is Roman Catholic followed by Atheism. Today, France is one of the most modern countries in the world and a leader among European nations. The population is about 68 million, and 100% of the population speaks French as it is the official language. The French FireBible is also available in the kid’s edition.

Czech FireBible

Czech Czechia is also known as The Czech Republic. It is in Central Europe, bordering Germany and Poland. There are about 10 million people living in Czechia. Most people speak Czech, while others speak Slovak. 7% of the population belong to the Roman Catholic church while around 77% are unaffiliated with a church. 

Croatian FireBible

 There are around 4 million people living in Croatia and around 95% of the population mainly speaks Croatian. Pastor Ivan Glavacko of Glad Tidings Evangelical Church in Zagreb, Croatia shared, “Very few biblical study tools are available in our language, especially those that give a clear message and explanation of the work of the Holy Spirit. Our Croatian ministers, especially the younger generation, are excited about the FireBible with its commentary and study helps.”

Bulgarian FireBible

There are around 6 million inhabitants in Bulgaria, and the population is well distributed throughout most of the country. The primary language is Bulgarian, and it became one of the official languages of the European Union in 2007. About 60% of the population are Eastern Orthodox, 7% are Muslim and the remainder are unspecified. 

Albanian FireBible

There are around 3 million people living in Albania and about 98% are Albanian-speaking with most others speaking Greek. Albanian uses an extended Latin alphabet that contains 36 letters to represent specific Albanian sounds. There is no official religion in Albania, but the most common is Islam, with the second-most-common being Christianity. 

S'Gaw Karen

The Karen occupy areas in southeastern Myanmar on both sides of the lower Salween River. They are the second largest minority in Myanmar and considered a state-less people. 

Urdu FireBible

Pakistan is a populous and multiethnic country in South Asia. It has a population of over 242 million people. The most spoken language is Punjabi; however, Urdu is considered the official language. Though many of its speakers live in India and Pakistan, they also live in Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Ukranian FireBible

Ukrainian is the official language of the country, and about 77% of the population speaks it. Some people speak Russian, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Romanian and Polish. The FireBible is available in each of these languages.

Telugu FireBible

As the 4th largest natively spoken language in India, 82 million people speak Telugu as a first language. It is an official language in the Andhra Pradesh and the Telangana States of India.

Tamil FireBible

One of the oldest surviving classical languages, Tamil is the official language of the Tamil Nadu State in India.

Sinhala FireBible

Sri Lanka is an island in the Indian Ocean, south of India. It is home to about 23 million people, most of whom primarily live in Southwest Sri Lanka. The most common ethnicity is Sinhalese, making Sinhala the official and national language. Tamil is also recognized as an official language, and the FireBible is available in this language as well.

Russian FireBible

Russia is home to over 142 million people. Russian is spoken by about 77% of the population. It is also the official language; however, some people speak Ukrainian. The FireBible is also available in this language.

Punjabi FireBible

125 million people speak Punjabi as their native language. While Punjabi is the most widely spoken language in Pakistan, it’s only an official language in the State of Punjab, India. The Punjab region comprises vast territories of northern India and eastern Pakistan. The main religions are Islam, Hinduism and Sikhism. In these two least-reached countries are many pastors and believers in Christ who stand for their faith despite much persecution.

Odia FireBible

Odisha is a predominantly rural population and is the irrigated rice-farming region of the coastal plains that is heavily populated. Odia is a designated classical language in India, and the official language of Odisha. 82% of the population of Odisha are native language speakers.

Nepali FireBible

Nepali, the official language of Nepal, is spoken by 16 million people, roughly 44% of the population. Nepali is also commonly spoken in India as well. The vast majority, about 81%, of the country practices Hinduism. Others practice Buddhism, Islam, Kiran while Christianity is least practiced.

Marathi FireBible

Maharashtra is a state in India, and the capital of Mumbai. Marathi, the official language of Maharashtra is one of the 22 scheduled languages of India. Hinduism is noted as the principal religion in the state. Maharashtra has India’s largest Buddhist population.

Malayalam FireBible

Mostly spoken in Southwestern India, Malayalam is the native language of around 34 million people. It is a large country with over 1 billion inhabitants. As a result, it is also an incredibly diverse nation with several spoken languages. FireBible has been able to provide a bible in about 12 Indian languages, as listed above.

Kannada FireBible

Kannada is spoken by approximately 45 million people as a first language, 13 million as a second language, and is the official language of the Southwestern Indian state of Karnataka. Kannada is the 8th most spoken language in India. Hinduism is the main religion of Karnataka and less than 5% of the population are professing Christians.

Hindi FireBible

There are over 1 billion people in India. Around 72% are of Indo-Aryan ethnicity, and 25% are Dravidian. Hindi, spoken by 322 million as a native language, is an official language of India along with English.

Hebrew FireBible

Israel is in the Middle East, bordering the Mediterranean Sea. It is home to over 8 million people, most of which are of Jewish and Arab descent. Most widely known for being a biblical language, Hebrew is widely spoken and regarded as the official language.

Gujarati FireBible

Situated along the northwestern shoreline of India, next to the border of Pakistan, is the Indian state of Gujarat. Hindu is the main religion and with little witness to hear about Jesus, there are very few Christians among the Gujarati. The language barrier alone prevents the ability to read the Bible and understand what it says. Now, the FireBible is available for the people of Gujarat to use as a resource to strengthen their relationships with Christ.

Bengali FireBible

Most of India practices Hinduism with others practicing Islam, Christianity and Sikhism.

Bangladeshi FireBible

There are around 165 million people living in Bangladesh with around 88% being Muslim. Earlier church movements brought thousands of people to the Chruch, but lack of trained, godly leadership left many believers with a shallow faith. The FireBible offers the reader a practical understanding of Scripture that leads to a deeper relationship with Christ.

Armenian FireBible

Geopolitically, Armenia can be classified as falling within Europe, in the Middle East, or both. Most of the population resides in the northern half of the country. Armenia prides itself on being the first nation to formally adopt Christianity, sometime in the early 4th century. There are just over 3 million inhabitants and about 93% of the population are Armenian Apostolic.

Vietnamese FireBible

Spoken by 93 million people as a first language, and another 2 million as a second language, Vietnamese is the official language of Vietnam. Due to proximity, the spoken language contains influences from the French, Chinese, and Cham languages.

Tok Pisin FireBible

Papua New Guinea’s geography consists mostly of mountains, jungles, and numerous river valleys. It is both ethnically and linguistically diverse. There are around 9 million people (about half the population of New York) living in PNG, of Melanesian, Papuan, Negrito and Polynesian descent. Both English and Tok Pisin are recognized as official languages, but Tok Pisin is more commonly spoken and understood.

Thai FireBible

As the official language of Thailand, Thai is spoken by 20 million people (about 30% of the population) as a first language. Thailand is home to around 69 million people, with 97% of the population being of Thai ethnicity. About 93% of the country is Buddhist, as it is the official religion. The FireBible is available in S’Gaw Karen & Hmong, other languages common to Thailand natives. The S’Gaw Karen people are located in Thailand and Myanmar, though quite scattered throughout Myanmar.

Tagalog FireBible

Though many consider this language synonymous with its standardized form, Filipino, Tagalog is one of the official languages of the Philippines. There are 28 million people who speak Tagalog as a first language, and 45 million more who speak it as a second or even third language.

S’Gaw Karen FireBible

The Karen occupy areas in southeastern Myanmar on both sides of the lower Salween River. They are the second largest minority in Myanmar and considered a state-less people.

Mongolian FireBible

The Mongolian language consists of several closely related languages and dialects. The official language of Mongolia, however, is Khalkha Mongolian. 

Lisu FireBible

The Lisu people inhabit mountainous regions of Myanmar, southwest China and Thailand. They are an official minority of China. 

Lao FireBible

There are around 7 million people (about twice the population of Oklahoma) living in Laos. It is a predominantly Buddhist nation. The Lao language, spoken by 3 million people (about the population of Arkansas) worldwide, is the official language of Laos. Because of their proximity, the languages of Thai and Lao share several words, and most of their basic vocabulary is the same. 

Korean FireBible

There are around 51 million people living in South Korea, with Korean and English being the most well-spoken languages. Only 19% of the population are practicing protestants, while the remainder is Buddhist, Catholic, or non-practicing. With the growth of the Protestant church, the FireBible helps Pentecostal believers understand the work of the Holy Spirit in their lives. 

Khmer FireBible

Most Cambodians consider themselves Khmers, descendants of the Angkor Empire. 16 million people speak the Khmer language, as it is the official language of Cambodia. Buddhism is the official religion in Cambodia with around 97% professing Buddhists. The remainder of people mostly practice Islam. 

Japanese FireBible

Japanese is spoken by 130 million people, making it one of the most fast-paced languages in the world. It is the national language for Japan. There are around 124 million people living in Japan, and most people practice Shintoism and Buddhism. Christianity is only practiced by 1.5% of the population. 

Ilocano FireBible

Luzon is the largest island of the Philippines. Ilocano, though widely used in the Philippines and parts of the United States, is not recognized as an official language. “Many people are teaching false doctrines in this northern Luzon region…the Ilocano FireBible will help our pastors and lay leaders to understand and teach the truth of God’s Word to combat these false teachings”–Pastor Domminador Lopez, Baguio Assembly City Church–Luzon, Philippines 

Hmong FireBible

Hmong is a language spoken by more than 2.7 million people worldwide. Despite its prevalence in Southern China and Southeast Asia, Hmong holds no official status as a language. The Hmong FireBible was recently completed and launched as of October 2022.

Fijian FireBible

Fiji is an island group in the South Pacific Ocean, about two-thirds of the way from Hawaii to New Zealand. Roughly half of the 943,737 population lives in urban areas of the island. The majority of the islanders are Protestant, while others are Hindu or Muslim. 

Chin FireBible

The Chin reside in the remote mountainside town in the Northen part of the state. There are around 257,000 people Tiddim Chin living here. The primary religion practiced by the Tiddim Chin is Evangelical Protestantism. 

Chinese Traditional FireBible

Taiwan is home to over 23 million people. Most of the population are Han Chinese and Hakka, people groups that originated in mainland China. Mandarin is the official language spoken here. Most of the population is Buddhist and Taoist, with the population of Christians at only 3.9%. 

Cebuano FireBible

Cebu is one of the country’s oldest settlements and retains much influence from its long Spanish heritage. Throughout the Philippines, around 10% of its people are Cebuano-speaking, with most speaking Filipino and English (the official language). The primary religion is Christianity with a mixture of Roman Catholic, Evangelical, and Iglesia ni Cristo, and others practice Islam. 

Burmese FireBible

Many believe that the Chin and Burmese languages are the same, however, though many Chin people speak Standard Burmese, the two are different. S’Gaw Karen, spoken by an estimated 1.2 million people in both Myanmar and Thailand, is one of 21 varieties in the Karenic language family. The Lisu people are largely located in the Northern part of Myanmar. 

Bahasa FireBible

Indonesia is the world’s largest country comprised solely of islands. There are 13,466 total islands in the archipelago, 922 of which are permanently inhabited. Bahasa Indonesian is the official language, a modified form of Molay. The country is predominantly Muslim and makes up about 87% of the nation.

Akha FireBible

There are about 60,000 Akha people in Northern Thailand. Thailand is the world’s most heavily Buddhist country. Around 94% of Thailand’s population is Buddhist and the remainder are mostly Muslim. Christians make up about 0.9% of the population but Christianity is slowly gaining popularity. 

Yoruba FireBible

Across Western Africa, more than 50 million people speak the Yoruba language as their first language. Because of its significant ties to many of African descent around the globe, it is one of the most studied African languages today. There are over 225 million people living in Nigeria and English, Yoruba, Igbo, and Hausa are the most spoken languages throughout the country. 

Tsonga FireBible

The people of Mozambique are ethnically diverse, but ethnic categories are fluid like most African nations. Although Portuguese is the official language, Tsonga is of one of the most widespread languages. Of a population of about 31 million people, around 27% are Roman Catholic. Others are Muslim, Zionist Christian, Evangelical, Anglican or non-religious. 

Swahili FireBible

Swahili is the most widely studied African language. In East and Central Africa, more than 50 million people speak Swahili. Swahili is recognized as the working language of the African Union. It is recognized as the official language of Uganda and Rwanda. 

Moore FireBible

In Burkina Faso, 5 million people, almost half of the population, speak Moore, and it is recognized as one of two official regional languages. It is often referred to as Mossi.  

Malagasy FireBible

On the island of Madagascar, more than 26 million people speak the Malagasy language. Recognized as an official language alongside French, it is the only indigenous language spoken in Madagascar. Christianity is the predominant religion in the country, but a small minority still practices traditional faiths. As one of the most underdeveloped countries in the world, it remains attractive to travelers and scientists from around the globe. 

Lingala FireBible

Lingala is spoken by Bantu tribes throughout the northwestern part of Democratic Republic of Congo, a large part of the Republic of Congo, to some degree in Angola and the Central African Republic. In these countries plagued by war, the church has survived and needs access to the Lingala FireBible! 

Igbo FireBible

Nigeria has the largest population of any African nation at around 225 million people. English is the official language; however, Igbo is one of three main native languages with over 500 additional indigenous languages. Igbo is spoken throughout Nigeria, but most Igbo people reside in the Southeast part of Nigeria. Currently, around 53% of the country identifies as Muslim, with the remainder being Roman Catholic or Christian. 

Hausa FireBible

More than 50 million people (about twice the population of Texas) across northern Nigeria, Niger, northern Cameroon, and Ghana speak the Hausa language. It is typical to hear the Hausa language in the primary schools of Nigeria and it is also spoken as a common language across West Africa. Islam and Christianity are the most practiced religions throughout Nigeria. 

Chichewa FireBible

Malawi is in southeast Africa, surrounded by Mozambique, Zambia, and Tanzania. English is its official language, but about 34% of the country speaks Chichewa. Most of the country practices some variation of Christianity with Protestantism being the most widely practiced.

Amharic FireBible

Ethiopia is in Eastern Africa, west of Somalia. It is also referred to as the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia. There are about 113 million people living here, making it the most populous landlocked country in the world. Oromo is the official working language; however, Amharic is the official national language. Ethiopian Orthodox is the most practiced religion, with Islam following closely behind. 

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