New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Karen Kingsbury is using her voice for an audio edition of The Voice Bible translation from Thomas Nelson.
“There is nothing more powerful than a story and no story more powerful than God’s,” Kingsbury said. “The Bible gives us guidance, answers and hope while sharing a narrative that transcends time. No other Bible translation captures the wholeness of God’s story like The Voice.”
Kingsbury also hosts a radio program on Today’s Christian Music Network, “Karen Kingsbury’s Family Fiction,” and inspired a magazine that carries the same name.
When asked about her passion for Scripture and her love for The Voice Bible, Kingsbury said: “The Voice is the only translation that reads like a good book, letting readers truly step into the story of Scripture and experience all the beauty, grit and humor that exists throughout the Bible. Great stories don’t always have to be fiction!”
The Voice (hearthevoichearthevoice.come.com) is a dynamic-equivalent translation developed by more than 120 scholars, pastors, writers and artists.
SOURCE: Christian Retailing