There are some great resources online for reading and even listening to the Haitian Creole Bible. We’ll keep this page updated as we find new ones to share. Don’t forget you can ask us for specific pronunciations of any Bible verse (or phrase you need to say in Creole). For example we record John 3:16 and the Four Spiritual Laws in Creole.
Bible Gateway – You can setup a side by side (parallel translation) of Creole and English Bibles.
Talking Bibles – You can listen to the New Testament read aloud in Creole. This is a great way to practice hearing the language as you follow along with the scripture text.
Books of the Bible in Creole – We put together this list of all the Bible books in Haitian Creole along with pronunciations.
Search the Android or Apple store for Creole Bibles you can download. I can’t list them all here, but there are several excellent apps that are 100% free.
What is the Bible called in Creole?
“Bib la” is the Haitian Creole name for the Christian Bible.
Which Bible translations is most common in Haiti?
The HCV (Haitian Creole Version) is a widely used translation in Protestant Churches. While most traditional and sometimes Catholic churches will use a French translation.
Where can I buy printed Creole Bibles?
You can purchase printed editions of the Haitian Creole Bible almost everywhere in Haiti. If you are in the United States you can find them on Amazon or from specialized mission publishers.