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Tuki 4

in
Africa
Things looked good on the surface. On a typical Sunday morning, Tuki church services were full. People greeted each other, sang hymns and listened to the pastor’s sermon. Yet... Read More

Tunia 2

in
Africa
A group of Tun Christians was determined. Although their numbers were small, they wanted to construct a church building where they could hold worship services in their language. The... Read More

Téké Southwest 2

in
Africa
“Translated Scripture will communicate the power and reality of Jesus,” a Teke Southwest project coordinator said. “It will cause people to abandon traditional... Read More

Western Bantu Cluster

in
Africa
Imagine what it would be like to have no Scripture in your language. For the five people groups of the Western Bantu Cluster — the Bebil, Bikele, Byep, Gbaya Mbodomo and Pol... Read More

Wobe 2

in
Africa
Many Wobé people have encountered the New Testament and experienced transformation. Now they long for the Old Testament, so they can understand the New Testament more fully. In... Read More

Xavante 3

in
the Americas
Many Xavante — especially young people — are highly motivated to grow their understanding of God by studying his Word in their language. Recently, 35 people from 16... Read More

Yaganiza

in
the Americas
In San Pablo Yaganiza, cooperation is a way of life. The town thrives off shared ownership. Everyone plays a part in maintaining cleanliness. They all keep the water clear and their... Read More

Zoara Fanantenana

in
Africa
In the heart of Madagascar’s capital city, a local church has taken seriously Jesus’ command to make disciples. But as the members of the Church of Jesus Christ in... Read More