Faculty-Authored Resource, Casket Empty, Translated into Fifth Language: Thai

After four years of work by translators, interpreters, and other support staff, the Casket Empty curriculum has been translated into a fifth language: Thai. Casket Empty was created to help lay people understand the redemptive story of the Bible and equip church leaders to teach the Bible.

The original content was written by Gordon-Conwell faculty and alumni, Dr. Carol Kaminski (MAOT & MAR ’96), senior professor of Old Testament, and Dr. David Palmer (MDiv ’97, ThM ’99), adjunct professor of New Testament.

With the completion of the translation, Dr. Kaminski recently led in-person trainings in Chiang Mai, Thailand, including one at Siloam Bible Institute. Upon returning to the United States she shared, “It has been my honor and privilege to serve the Thai church these past few days and I pray that God will use this material to strengthen and edify his people.”