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God Speaks Atianga

The complete Atianga Bible allows people to know God speaks their language.
  • December 18, 2017

Praise God! The Atianga Bible was dedicated in March, and its impact is already spreading as more and more people encounter God’s Word in their own language for the very first time.

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Stories for the Romanian Deaf Community

Video Bible stories will bring the gospel to life in Romanian Sign Language.
  • December 11, 2017

Some Deaf people have been members of Christian churches for many years, but because they have no access to Scripture in Romanian Sign Language, they have received limited discipleship.

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Three-Time Pioneers

  • November 30, 2017

In spite of obstacles, Marianna Slocum and Florence Gerdel decided to serve the Lord overseas. They couldn’t imagine how God would use them among the Tzeltal people.

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The Gift of God’s Word

The Mangali people will soon have the New Testament
in their own language!
  • November 20, 2017

With each step of checking and revising, the Mangali New Testament gets that much closer to being ready for publication.

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Oral Bible Stories for the Manide

God’s Word will penetrate the Manide people’s hearts
when they understand it.
  • November 13, 2017

Many of the Manide people of the Philippines don’t know how to read their language, so oral communication is preferred. To best reach the Manide community, a team is being trained to translate 35 Bible stories into their language.

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Make Goals for the New Year With Your Kids

Teach kids the value of setting goals for themselves.
  • November 12, 2017

Encourage your kids to set goals for themselves in the Near Year with this free downloadable activity. One goal per month will keep them busy and focused, while also giving them a chance to try to accomplish 12 new things this year!

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Praying for the Philippines and Filipino Sign Language

A look at the Philippines and how to pray for its people.
  • November 6, 2017

More than half of the language communities in the Philippines have access to Scripture, but there are still those — like the Filipino Deaf community — who are waiting to have God’s Word for themselves.

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