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When Nikki was a teenager, she joined the Bibleless Peoples Prayer Project. Today Nikki is training to be a Bible translator and may work with the very people group she prayed for.
Watch her video.

 

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What if you could pray for a people group still waiting for God’s Word—and follow the progress of translation for their language? As a part of the Bibleless Peoples Prayer Project (BPPP), thousands of people are already committing to pray all the way through the end of the translation process.

When you join the BPPP, we will send you information by email about your language group and its speakers, a printable how-to-pray bookmark, and periodic emails to encourage you as you pray. As information becomes available, you’ll also receive specific news about your people group.

BPPP partners have the unique privilege of seeing God answer their faithful prayers. A five-year-old boy prayed each Sunday for the Rapa Nui people on Easter Island. One day, he heard that Wycliffe had assigned missionaries to work among the Rapa Nui. His parents later discovered that the missionaries had become interested in Easter Island around the time their son started praying.

Simple enough for a child and rewarding for those of any age, the Bibleless Peoples Prayer Project draws you into God’s love for the people of the world. Will you join us in prayer for those who are still waiting to hear of this great love?





 
Daily Prayer Request
Apr 16, 2014
 
Beli of Papua New Guinea

This language is also called Akuwagel, Makarim, and Mukili. It belongs to the Torricelli/Maimai language family. Speakers are located west of Mehek in Sandaun Province in the northwestern part of the country. Beli is different from the Bebeli (Beli) language in West New Britain Province.

 

Pray that people in this group will have a burden for seeing Scriptures translated into their language and seek ways to accomplish the task.

 

“Open my eyes to see the wonderful truths in your law.” (Psalm 119:18, NLT)

 
  
 
 
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