Native Language Audio Resource Page

Native Language Audio Resources

Our Creator has a wonderful message for us to hear! Unlike oral traditions that vary among people groups, God has insured that we have an accurate record of Himself (2 Timothy 3:16-17).

As you listen to the Word of God, you can know with confidence Who God is and how you are to worship Him (John 4:23-26). You will discover that He is the Creator of all things and the God of every tribe and nation (Acts 17:22-31).  

Bible Reading

The focus of God’s Word is the story of His Son Jesus (Romans 5:6-11). Instead of many confusing ways, God established one way for all people to come to Him – through His Son, Jesus Christ (I Timothy 2:3-6; Acts 4:11-12).  Allow God to speak to you through His Word. He desires to give you a new life and a new future (2 Corinthians 5:17-18; Ephesians 2:4-10; Titus 3:4-7). Pray to Him. He is listening. This joyful relationship with Your Creator is the purpose for which you were created (Colossians 1:15-22).

We encourage you to set aside a time each day to listen to a portion of God’s Word in your own heart language! Romans 10:17 says, “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.”

Select your tribe from the list below!

Ahtna

Aleut

Algonquin

Arapaho

Apache (Western)

Athabaskan

Blackfoot

Carrier (Central)

Carrier (Southern)

Cayuga

Cherokee

Chemehuevi

Cheyenne

Chickasaw

Choctaw

Colville

Cree (Plains)

Cree (Southern East)

Cree (Western)

Crow

Gwich’in

Hopi

Inuktitut (Eastern Canadian)

Inupiaq (North Slope)

Inupiat

Meskwaki (Sac and Fox)

Nakoda (Stoney)

Naskapi

Navajo

Northern Paiute

Northern Tewa

Ojibwe

O’odham

Southern Tiwa

Tlicho (Dogrib)

Yupik (Central)

Yupik (St. Lawrence Island)

Explore Online Bibles

If you would like to read the Bible (in English or various Native languages), click on the link below and enter your language in the search bar.

If you download the Bible.is app, you can access a variety of Native languages from the convenience of your phone. Cheyenne, Cree, Crow, English, Hopi, Navajo, Northern Paiute, Ojibwe, O’Odham and Tiwa are currently available.