“If we don’t start now, we will have nothing in 30 years.” The statement came from a Polish theology student as he spoke with ITMI’s founder, Bill Bathman during one of his visits to Poland. The student was ITMI’s Piotr Zaremba. It was ironic that he chose 30 as the number of years to insert in that sentence.
Thank you so much for all your prayers! God has already answered them in an amazing way. Daria managed to pass her final exam with flying colors – and that’s not even the best part!
Who can you trust now days? The news stations with regularity manipulate headlines, both conservative and liberal stations, to get us to watch their brand with over-charged and exaggerated statements that almost always more closely resemble their flavor of truth than real unbiased reality.
God has been very busy in our corner of the world!First, the summer of 2016 saw the publication of the entire Bible in the new translation. ‘Nuff said! We’d been working on this project for the past 16 years. When the time came to send the files to the publisher, we were both incredibly excited and unbelievably nervous. This was the moment of truth!
After 16 years of translating, ITMI’s Dr. Piotr Zaremba opens a box of his PRINTED whole Bible translation! It was a moment YOU made possible, so we had to share it!
Greetings! I’m fresh off an extended trip to Poland, Romania and Ukraine. We have a lot of great stories of what God is doing in Eastern Europe with Bible translations, street evangelism, homeless ministry, orphans, widow care and forgotten people discipleship.
It’s 3:30am again here at home. This is a time that I have come to know very well the last 11 days.There are some really great benefits from being wide awake at 3:30am.
It was a joyful time here at the translators’ workshop yesterday! We finished the typesetting of the fifth edition of the New Testament! The fourth is nearly all gone to the hands of the people! There is need for more copies!
Piotr Zaremba and his K5N Church in Poznan, Poland is experiencing a good problem…
A doctor works in Poland on the weekdays, then hops to Ireland over the weekend for a marathon of back-to-back surgeries. Students patchwork their degrees from universities in Portugal, Switzerland, and France while logging charity work in Latin America.Businesspeople arrive in a city only for a day to cinch a well-timed deal, then are off to the next thing. How can those embracing the modern, mobile world be reached and connected to God’s people and His Word?