In Africa, entire people groups, millions of people, have no Bible. In fact, they don't even have a written language.
Since 2008, Wycliffe Bible Translators has been trying to reverse that trend.
Two years ago, the group launched its Last Languages Campaign to translate the Bible into more than 2,000 languages representing about 200 million people.
Wycliffe Bible Translators are at work in communities around the world, helping share the gospel and prepare the people for the day they will have their own Bible.
"We can't wait to read the Bible in our own language," Joseph Lochul, of the Ik Tribe, said. "So many people around the world have the Word of God in their native tongue. People in America, Germany, and other parts of the world have the Bible. Now it is our turn!"
***Bob Creson, president of Wycliffe USA, spoke to Christian World News about the Last Languages Campaign and the impact it is having around the world.