Today With God
A New Level of Gospel Teaching
Did you know that more than 75% of the globe is considered illiterate? Even in the United States, there is a high level of functional illiteracy. That is a problem for a faith that transmits hope through the reading of the word. How do we as people of God teach about Christ to a world that cannot or does not even read? Beyond this, there are still 1.5 BILLION people who do not have the entire Bible in their language. Over 1,600 languages do not even have a Bible translation project begun. The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. We want to be a part of the solution!
What if we could bypass the need to read altogether? Today With God (TWG) does this very thing. We have licensed word for word movie recreations of the Gospel of Matthew, the Gospel of John, and the book of Acts. We also partner with Cru on the famous Jesus Film featuring the Gospel of Luke. Each book has been broken down into bite-size pieces for translation, evangelism, and discipleship around the globe. The only elements that are not straight from the Bible are simple contextual teachings by Dr. Weiss. There are no doctrinal teachings, no denominational teachings, and no promotions of a particular ministry or platform. We want the Bible to speak for itself. The Today With God project effectively teaches the message of the Gospel with visuals and audio, so the Jesus can be understood without the barrier of literacy. Reports of it’s effectiveness have poured in from around the world in the countries where TWG has been translated into native languages.
CrossTalk International is racing to get Today With God fully translated into as many languages as possible. The effectiveness of this tool in the mission field cannot be understated. Without the need to teach a culture how to read, the Gospel is unhindered in it’s ability to change lives. Translation is an expensive undertaking as is the infrastructure to organize and manage the work of Today With God globally. Will you partner with us in this life changing work?