Luciano, a Borôro translation team member, dreams of taking audio recordings of Scripture into homes as a way to build and mend broken family relationships.
The Borôro have a proud heritage, but when alcohol was introduced years ago, things began to change. Dysfunction seeped into their society, and now a large percentage of the men, women and young people struggle with addiction.
But after many years of work by a dedicated team, the Borôro New Testament was recently completed.
This two-year project will now produce audio recordings of Scripture, as well as printed and digital versions. In addition, team members plan to revise and record 29 previously translated Old Testament stories.
The Borôro people need Scripture in formats they can use and share effectively — so everyone can have access to God’s life-changing message of hope.
Your prayers and gifts will help transform Borôro people as they engage with Scripture in a language and form that speaks to their hearts!
Funds in excess of the current need will be applied to a similar project or to future needs within the same project.