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Ready and Steady

The Mpyemo Bible translators were worried. They were far from home, checking their work with a translation consultant in the capital of their nation, the Central African Republic. Their country had been in turmoil for years, and now they were … Continue reading

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Words Needed

 The Good News reached Mr. Lee’s village in Southeast Asia 33 years ago. Mr. Lee, who spoke the Uka language, was intrigued.  He became even more intrigued when he learned that followers of Christ didn’t need to make sacrifices. His … Continue reading

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Unity in Diversity

Translators from people groups scattered across dozens of islands come and go from a bustling little building in Kupang, West Timor. The building houses the Language and Culture Unit of the Evangelical Protestant Church of Timor (GMIT). Quiet enthusiasm runs … Continue reading

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The Finish Line

Praying for The Finish Line, January 12, 2017, MAJANG; Ethiopia (40,000) The Majang New Testament is available  in audio format. The JESUS Film is having a great impact. Ask the Lord to protect and strengthen the faith of new believers. Pray … Continue reading

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BECAUSE GOD SPEAKS TETUN

In a small rural church nestled in the mountains of West Timor*, seven families worshiped together. In their homes and with each other outside of church, they primarily spoke their mother tongue, the language they spoke from birth, Tetun. But … Continue reading

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Living Translations

As part of the worldwide Bible translation ministry, we have the privilege of translating God’s Word into other languages and sharing it in written and oral forms. But God also expects us to be living translations of his Word, showing … Continue reading

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What Language Does God Speak?

Morgan Jackson, director of Faith Comes By Hearing, remembers the day some years ago when he visited a Konkomba village in Ghana. His organization partners with Bible translators to produce audio recordings of Scripture, and he asked the Konkomba leaders … Continue reading

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