How does Bible translation occur among Muslim people groups? By the faithfulness of God! When David and Kimberly Edwards arrived with their three toddlers in West Asia in 1998, the local people were unfamiliar with Christianity, and there were no known believers. Slowly, as David and Kimberly learned the language and began a K-5 educational program, God opened doors. Despite challenges and adversity, today there is a growing church, and the translation of the New Testament is well under way!
The Edwards are passionate about equipping local Bible translators through training and mentorship. Join us to hear David share how God works in the most unlikely of places.
When: Sunday Feb. 9, 2020 at 8 p.m. ET
Where: Right from where you are! (join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android)
Click on the following zoom link to join in on the conversation: https://wycliffe.zoom.us/j/7765388878.
Explore Wycliffe Live is a one hour free event designed for you to hear from Wycliffe members who serve around the world. Learn about the roles that are needed in Bible translation as well as what is happening in Bible translation in their location. We hope you’ll join in on the conversation!
(Note: you can view previously recorded EWL events at EWL Homepage)