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In 1993, when the Japanese Sign Language Bible Translation Project started, there was an analog studio: VHS cassettes. And you had to be at home and play that cassette in your player, or you didn’t know what the Bible said, and you had to fast forward rewind to try to find the verse you wanted. Then we went up to DVDs and a digital studio and people could find the scripture verses they wanted in Japanese sign language on their Bible, but they still had to be at home or somewhere with a DVD player.

Now, with an app and with YouTube, anywhere where they have Internet, they can look at it on their mobile phone; and it’s Android; it’s IO. It is available in their back pocket. Technology has made a huge impact.


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