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$6 Gives the Translated Kinga New Testament

Believers in Tanzania are longing for the Bible.

About two-thirds of the Kinga people in Tanzania call themselves Christians. And though churches are often full on Sunday, the lives of many Kinga are dominated by traditional religious practices.

People are sitting in the pews, but are longing to hear God’s voice through Scripture in a language that speaks to their hearts. They want to be rooted in truth and experience God’s love in Kinga words.

God is working to bring his Word to the Kinga people.

Church communities in the region approached Wycliffe missionaries in 2003 and said, "We need Bibles and we need them to be translated into the heart languages of our people!"

After years of challenging translation work, the Kinga New Testament is now complete! You can imagine the anticipation filling the hearts of Kinga Christians and church leaders as they wait to have the printed Scripture in their hands. It’s their turn to celebrate the coming of God’s Word in printed form.

This #GivingTuesday, you can help share Scripture!

For just $6 you can give a Kinga woman, man or child the greatest gift ever — a copy of God’s Word in a language that speaks to their hearts! You can help the Kinga realize their dream of having Scripture.

Your gift of a printed New Testament will help Kinga believers grow strong in their faith, equip them to walk in true freedom and help them share their faith with others.

This is an Ongoing Need

Yes, I will share God’s Word with the Kinga people.