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Prayer Reunion

  • January 10, 2020
  • By: Melissa Stillman

After more than 30 years of praying, Jeff and Debbie saw tangible answers to their prayers when they attended the Huaylas Quechua Bible dedication in Peru last summer.

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Praying for Mexico and the Chatino People

A look at this region and how to pray for its people.
  • January 9, 2020

Located in Mexico’s southwest state of Oaxaca, the Chatino live in a variety of settings — some in mountainous and wooded areas, and others in the region’s valley and along the coast.

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Let’s Pray for the World This Year

  • January 8, 2020

This year, make the goal as a family to pray for the world. It’s a huge task, we know! But Kate and Mack are here to help by providing simple ways to pray for people and languages around the world.

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Seeing God

Explore how God is working in Tanzania through Bible translation.
  • January 8, 2020

Explore how God is working in Tanzania through Bible translation.

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Telling Bible Stories in South Asia

  • January 1, 2020

Elizabeth shares about being a storying consultant, detailing everything from how she acquires hot water to the kind of food that she eats while there, and even activities like mountain-climbing. Elizabeth also talks about how she helps South Asian Christians translate Bible stories into their own language.

WordSearch: Becoming One With Jesus

  • December 30, 2019

The Rangi translation team in Tanzania struggled to translate John 15:5 because the phrase “to abide” wasn’t clear to Rangi speakers. Finally, they found a figure of speech that brought the concept to life.

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News and Notes From the Field

  • December 30, 2019

Excitement is building in the Ambonese Malay and Komo communities as people encounter Scripture in their language for the first time and anticipate the completion of their New Testaments.

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From War Songs to Worship Songs

  • December 30, 2019

In the past, the Wampar people have used songs to fuel their anger. But now that they’ve received Scripture and are creating their own worship music, songs have a very different purpose.

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