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Translating Across Continents

How a Diaspora Community Shares God’s Word
  • August 24, 2022

The Kunama Bible translation process is unique because the community is displaced from their home country of Eritrea and are dispersed around the world. The Kunama New Testament team works from North America while the Old Testament team works from Ethiopia.

The translators have overcome significant obstacles and challenges, but they serve faithfully and humbly to bring Scripture to the Kunama diaspora. One translator shared, “It’s very important for me because I want the Bible to bring to my people not only here in [the] United States, but in Eritrea and Ethiopia.” He concluded: “I want to make a commitment so that they can have a good Bible to have an understanding of the Word of God.”

To the Ends of the Earth

The Story of the St. Lawrence Island Yupik New Testament.
  • August 1, 2022

Located 150 miles off the coast of mainland Alaska, St. Lawrence Island has been home to the Yupik people for over 2,000 years. And after almost 60 years of translation work, the community has the complete Yupik New Testament!

Discover more about this beautiful island and its people, learn the incredible story of the Yupik New Testament translation, and hear from the translation team, local pastors and the Yupik community as they describe what it’s like to finally read God’s Word in their language.

The Legacy of a Well-Loved Bible

  • August 1, 2022
  • By: Stephanie Hills

Michelle shared about the impact of growing up with God’s Word and how she decided to celebrate her birthday and honor her grandma’s legacy.

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