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Bekwel 3

in
Africa
After gathering regularly to listen to the Gospel of Luke in their language, seven people in a Bekwel community decided to follow Jesus! Each was baptized and became a member of a local... Read More

Biali

in
Africa
In 2018, Berba people came from far and wide to celebrate the publication of the New Testament and Genesis in Biali, their language. Local church and community leaders applauded the... Read More

Chonyi 2

in
Africa
“Chonyi church leaders agree,” a project adviser said. “The community’s needs can be addressed by spiritual enlightenment through the Word of God.” About... Read More

Chuka 2

in
Africa
We’re partnering with a local team to make more Scripture available in the Chuka language! Previously the translation team produced seven New Testament books. During this... Read More

Colombian Sign Language

in
the Americas
We’re partnering with a local team to translate Scripture portions into Colombian Sign Language! Because sign language translations are three-dimensional, they aren’t... Read More

Daasanach

in
Africa
When the New Testament was published in Daasanach in 2015, hundreds of copies were purchased. “The Daasanach New Testament is a great blessing to my family and to the entire... Read More

Dinka Cam 2

in
Africa
“Knowledge of both the Old and New Testaments will give Dinka Cam Christians a better understanding of the Bible,” a project adviser said. “This will lead to stronger... Read More

Dodoma Cluster

in
Africa
Donald, a Rangi speaker and safari driver in Tanzania, smiled and laughed as he listened to the audio recording of Genesis on his cellphone. This was the first time Donald had ever... Read More

Dulangan Manobo

in
Asia
The publication of the New Testament in 1988 was a turning point for the Dulangan Manobo community. As people heard the gospel message in their language, many accepted Jesus as Savior.... Read More

Eastern Nuer

in
Africa
Eastern Nuer church leaders feel frustrated. “They’re finding that the existing translation is hampering their ability to evangelize and disciple new believers,” a... Read More