The Passion Translation project is moving forward!

Hi Friends!

The Passion Translation project is moving forward. Proverbs has been released! Make sure you purchase a copy of the book of eternal wisdom. It will change your life! Click on the STORE link or you can learn more about this here:

We now have 5 volumes published in both paperback and kindle/nook formats:

Song of Songs



Letters from Heaven (Galatians, Ephesians, Philippians, Colossians, 1st & 2nd Timothy)


Next in line for publication is the Gospel of John, Eternal Love, which is now in the editing process and will published by 5-Fold Media sometime early next year! We can’t wait for you to be able to read for yourself John’s tremendous account of the life of Jesus Christ.

We hope you will help us get the word out about this project and its potential to bless the English speaking world. Many pastors and leaders have told us how it encourages them to preach from to their congregations. Ample footnotes that unlock even more secrets from the text have provide many pastors with a greater understanding of God’s Word. Thousands of believers are now reading the published portion of The Passion Translation each day and are being filled with fresh understanding of the Scriptures. Please pray for Candice and me as we move this project forward. And we invite you to click on the Partner page on our website to help support us in our journey. If you’d like to meet us, check out our calendar and see if there is one of our meetings near you! We love meeting our friends and getting to know them.

Let me give you a taste of Proverbs, I know you’ll love it!

Blessings to you!


Proverbs 13:13-16 TPT

¹³Despise the Word, will you?

Then you’re asking for trouble!

 But the one who honors the Father’s holy instructions

Will be rewarded.

¹⁴When the lovers of God teach you truth

A fountain of life opens up within you,

And their wise instruction will deliver you

From the ways of death.

¹⁵Everyone admires a wise, sensible person

But the treacherous walk on the path of ruin.[1]

¹⁶Everything a wise and shrewd man does

Comes from a source of revelation-knowledge,[2]

But the behavior of a fool puts foolishness on parade![3]

[1] 13:15 As translated from the Aramaic and the Septuagint. The Hebrew is uncertain.

[2] 13:16 Or, “A wise person thinks ahead.”

[3] 13:16 The implication is that the fool is unable to finish anything he begins.

    • Ruth Snyder
    • September 21, 2013

    I am excited about your new dynamic equivalent translation. I think we very much need such a translation. Currently, I am not using a hard copy Bible because I don’t like any of them. I use, instead, a number of internet Bible sights, mainly because I can see numerous translations side by side and get some of the nuances of meaning that one or the other is missing. None of them really ‘hits the spot’ because they are generally not free flowing in the language of the day–English as I speak it. Those that are a bit more contemporary in expression seem to lack insight and understanding–not in all instances, but in many–and so fail to communicate God’s incredible love, goodness and purpose for us in Christ Jesus. I only recently learned about your translation through a church webcast. I am looking forward to reading it–and seeing the whole thing out in print, as well as on some of these Bible websites where it can be seen in conjunction with other more literal translations. God bless you as you complete the task before you!

    Ruth Snyder

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