When was the last time you craved Scripture like you’d crave a good meal? Language communities in Ghana, Africa are hungry for spiritual food, and they won’t stop until they have the full Bible available for themselves. The Siwu already have the New Testament, and are eagerly translating the Old Testament. Meanwhile, the Nyagbo are hard at work translating the New Testament. See how Wycliffe, the Ghana Institute of Linguistics, Literacy and Bible Translation (GILLBT) and local churches partner together — working toward the day when everyone in Ghana will have the whole Bible in the language that speaks directly to their hearts.