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Kaiwá 2

in
the Americas
For over 15 years Kaiwá Christians have expressed the desire for a revised New Testament. The previous New Testament, completed in 1986, utilized words and ways of speaking no... Read More

Kaninuwa

in
the Pacific
Understanding the Bible’s teachings has been a struggle for Kaninuwa Christians, since for many years it was only available in another language.  Then in 2005, an... Read More

Koorete 2

in
Africa
A young Kore man reaches into his schoolbag and pulls out a book. But it’s not a textbook — it’s the New Testament in Koorete, his language. The young man shows the... Read More

Kunama

in
Africa
In Kunama culture, when a family needs help with their harvest, they often call on their neighbors for assistance. And their friends gladly come, even though their only payment will be... Read More

Laarim 2

in
Africa
“Through the translated Scriptures,” a project coordinator said, “Laarim people will come to know the Lord, people will be discipled, and the church will be... Read More

Lugungu

in
Africa
“When will more of the Bible be translated?” Several Bagungu Christians decided they wanted to help answer this question after the New Testament was published in their... Read More

Lutos 2

in
Africa
Where is God? That’s a question many Lutos people ask. They believe in a supreme god known as Nubha, and turn to creation to find him. For example, a Lutos hunter might spend a... Read More

Mangbetu 3

in
Africa
“Before Bible translation I wasted my money on alcohol,” said Marcel. But things changed as Marcel worked on the Mangbetu translation team. “The Word of God has... Read More

Mbèlimè

in
Africa
“Bible translation will allow Mbelime-speaking churches to use the Scriptures during services and Bible studies,” a project adviser said. “Church members will have a... Read More

Mengaka 2

in
Africa
As a Mengaka small-scale farmer, Jean poured his heart into his work. He needed to provide for his family and felt that every second that wasn’t spent farming was time wasted. And... Read More