Goal: To have Ken Ham’s creation mini-series six-DVD set translated into one of the top twelve languages of the world.
The international outreach of Answers in Genesis is committed to fulfilling the Great Commission of Matthew 28. Since its inception, AiG has had a great heart for missions and in recent years has organized that desire under one team.
The purpose and goal of AiG’s international outreach is to take the message of biblical authority and the trustworthiness of Bible history to the world. In doing so, we embolden the global Christian with “answers for his faith” (1 Peter 3:15) and challenge the six and a half billion people on this planet with the truths of the Bible.
We are working with national Christians and missionaries in over 100 countries around the world and are now translating AiG books, DVDs, radio broadcasts, and presentations to over 76 languages.
So far, we have been privileged to train leaders from Israel, Albania, Saipan, Slovak Republic, China, Brazil, Moldova, India, Australia, Portugal, Russia, Malaysia, Hungary, Scotland, the Philippines, Japan, USA, Jordan, and Canada—a total of 19 different countries. Most of these have held creation conferences and meetings in their own countries, and are also involved in translation. The international training is about teaching people the message that God has given to Answers in Genesis for today’s world.
Our CEO and president of Answers in Genesis, Ken Ham, has two significant messages that correlate with our global mission and have captured the hearts of our international trainees.
Our international outreach is about equipping people for international missions to take a foundationally strong and contextualized gospel message—with the goal of strengthening the global church and making disciples of every tribe, tongue, and nation. This is truly an exciting, global mission of the gospel for our scientific age.
Answers in Genesis is an apologetics ministry, dedicated to helping Christians defend their faith and proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ.