Support The Bridge
Bible Project

How You Can Help?

Translating the Bible is a massive project, but you can make a difference. If you like the mission and vision of the Bridge Bible and want to help, you can. With your support, the entire Bridge Bible project can not only move faster but produce the best possible translation.

So, what can you do to help support the development of the Bridge Bible?

1. Buy the Individual Books

When you buy any of the individual books (like Revelation or Romans), your purchase helps support this ministry. By purchasing these books, you’re helping to show there’s a need for this translation and providing financial resources that help support the further expansion of the work. So, help support the Bridge Bible project by purchasing a copy of Revelation for yourself and a few copies to give as gifts to your friends, church bible study group, or family members. (Note: this site independently links to Amazon. Amazon does not support the project. Your purchase does.)

2. Tell Others about the Bridge

The Bridge Bible is an independent project. At present, it is not associated with any major publisher, denomination, group, etc. As an independent, self-published endeavor, The Bridge Bible relies on 1) the translation being useful to you and 2) your willingness to tell others about it. There are a variety of ways you can tell other about it.

  • Give it as a gift.
  • Follow us on Facebook or Twitter.
  • Share a post telling your friends about this new and innovative Bible translation on Facebook and other social media.
  • Tell others about it.

3. Donate to Support this Bible Project

In addition to buying copies of the individual books of the Bible and telling others about it, you can support the Bridge Bible project by donating to the cause. At present, I have a full-time job and work on the Bridge in my spare time. There is so much more that I would like to do for this project, but I do not have the resources. The Bridge Bible project could benefit significantly by expanding its efforts and being able to provide stipends to various professionals to do multiple tasks – theological reviewers and contributors, editors for content, style and copyediting, designers, etc.

If resources allowed, the Bridge New Testament could be completed within two years. If resources permitted, the Bridge Old Testament could be completed within six years.