Our partners in mission

SIL (originally known as the Summer Institute of Linguistics) serves language communities worldwide, building their capacity for sustainable language development by means of research, translation, training and materials development.

SIM is an international mission organization with more than 4,000 workers serving in more than 70 countries. SIM members serve God among many diverse people groups in every continent.

We support the development of linguistic minorities through research, training, and the translation of the Bible. We establish relations between the minority groups and the Christian communities, churches and other partners in order to promote the emergence of resources and coordinate efforts. Site available only in French and German.

The Geneva Bible Society’s first goal is still to make the Bible available for free or at a low cost. It seeks to promote, in Switzerland and abroad, the knowledge of the Word of God.

River of God is a non-profit organization, established in 2006, that is committed to spreading the Gospel message of Jesus Christ to the mountain people of Costa Rica. Although this organization is relatively new, the work it supports has been the legacy of generations.

Since the Ghana Institute for Linguistics, Literacy and Bible Translation (GILLBT) was established in 1962, we have been developing alphabets, grammars and reading materials in Ghanaian languages, and promoting mother tongue literacy in language communities. We depend on partnerships with churches, other organizations, and individuals in Ghana.

The aim of this association is to work together with the people who have taken part in evangelical efforts in the Pacific islands of Futuna, Wallis, and New Caledonia. We assist by coordinating activities remotely, sharing our different experiences, and taking advantage of the various skill sets of the people involved in the mission. Site available only in French.