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Ordinary People, Extraordinary God

  • August 14, 2014
  • By: Melissa Paredes

Nate and Ivy are just two ordinary people who want to obey God's calling on their life. They just happen to do that while living and serving in Thailand.

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Fighting Poison with Prayer

  • July 29, 2014
  • By: Prayer Ministries

The Mambai Bible translation got off to a good start. In 2011, the first portion of Scripture—the Gospel of Mark—was made available to the Mambai people of Cameroon, Africa. Pastor Harimi Justin, a local speaker, was instrumental in...

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Something New Under the Sun

  • July 3, 2014
  • By: Matt Petersen

Pastor Peter Marokiki had a problem. He didn’t have electricity in his remote Papua New Guinea village. Learn how a team at JAARS helped this translator, and many others as a result.

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Prayer Answered

  • June 11, 2014

A Wycliffe prayer partner prayed faithfully for a Muslim people group in West Africa for three years before she heard any results. Today God is moving in that community in remarkable ways, and there are portions of Scripture complete in their language! But it all started with patient prayer.

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Joe's Story: A Trial by Fire

  • June 9, 2014
  • By: Ben Pehrson with Matt Petersen

Joe was an important leader in a culture that valued revenge, but working in Bible translation helped him see past that and have a changed heart.

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Choosing Vulnerability

One man overcomes fear to serve God in obedience.
  • June 9, 2014
  • By: Alan Olsen with Richard Gretsky

Alan was apprehensive to speak in Swahili at a Scripture celebration, but when he finally did, something wonderful happened.

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No Age Limit

  • June 9, 2014

People made fun of Damban when she first tried to read and write her language, but now they come to her for help.

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