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ABBUN Cluster

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Africa
The acronym “ABBUN” represents five Nigerian people groups — Ashen, Basa-Gurmana, Bu, Ushama and Ngwoi. ABBUN churches are passionately engaged in sharing the gospel... Read More

Aboure 2

in
Africa
Abouré Christians are hearing the Word of God in their language for the first time. Local translators recently completed the Gospel of Luke, which is now being used in worship... Read More

Aitape West Cluster 2

in
the Pacific
A Ramo man was standing outside with neighbors when some visitors to the area approached him. The guests introduced themselves as Bible translation staff. The man’s heart stirred... Read More

Akebu 2

in
Africa
Akebu church leaders have seen firsthand how having access to Scripture has the power to transform a community. “We have many more churches in the Akebu region,” said one... Read More

Ale

in
Africa
“The gospel was always preached in a foreign language for us,” an Ale Christian said. “Now with Bible translation, we know that God speaks our language too, and he can... Read More

Anioma-Ghotuo Cluster

in
Africa
For many years, Roland longed for God’s Word in his own language. While in Bible school, he was so eager to have Scripture that he began translating the New Testament himself!... Read More

Aru Malay 2

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Asia
Many Aru Malay church leaders recognize that Scripture has the power to break down barriers and bring about transformation in their communities. So we’re partnering with Aru... Read More

Avokaya

in
Africa
Many Avokaya people have been displaced from their homeland and wrestle with the trauma they’ve endured. They live with the stress of their experiences, and the reality of being... Read More

Balangao

in
Asia
When the Balangao gained access to God’s Word in their language in the 1960s, many people clearly understood the gospel message for the first time. For those who had already been... Read More

Bamenda Cluster

in
Africa
There is a common belief among those in the Bamenda Cluster that the Bible and Christianity represent a foreign culture and don’t pertain to their own way of life. “Church... Read More