Find-A-Bible is a web-directory of known Bibles Resources available in the many languages of the world.
It was created to simplify the process of discovering and securing Bibles in foreign languages.
Find-A-Bible was first created in 2006 by the Forum of Bible Agencies (FOBAI) as a way to help people
discover and secure Bibles by language or country. The project originally featured Bible resources from FOBAI but has been expanded to show resources from over 900 agencies. Pioneer Bible Translation International (pbti.org) initially created and maintained the site. Since 2013,
the Digital Bible Society (dbs.org) has voluntarily programmed and maintained the site and its databases.
Find-A-Bible is intended to serve any person or agency looking to secure Bible resources by language or by
geographical region. Toward that end, a considerable amount of data is provided which is intended to assist in discovering, securing and distributing Bible resources.
Our goal is to make this process as simple as possible, whether it be to provide a single Bible to a neighbor, or to plan massive distribution initiatives on a country-wide scale.
The world map shown here dates back to the original Find-A-Bible (FAB). We added some additional data that allow it to be more functional.
The ORGANIZATIONS tab shows those groups who are included in the Find-A-Bible (FAB) database. The WORLD WATCH LIST tab shows the nations of the world where Christian persecution is most prominent (as referenced by Open Doors International www.odi.org).
The map can be zoomed in and any country can be selected which will take you directly to that country page.
In addition, there is a SEARCH icon in the upper right banner of each page that allows you to enter any text to search the entire site, or filter the possible results.
This is intended to give you quick access to identify languages even when you may not know the spelling of the name.
The Find-A-Bible (FAB) interface can be translated into a number of major languages. Those languages can be accessed from any page by clicking the TRANSLATION icon in the banner of each page.