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Hamer

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Africa
“God’s Word for the Hamer people will provide hope and transform their lives,” said a project adviser, “especially as they understand how they are made in... Read More

Jarawara 2

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the Americas
“Through a deeper understanding of the Scriptures, their lives will be transformed,” said a Jarawara project adviser. In recent years, the Jarawara people have heard about... Read More

Kaiwá

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the Americas
“Now I see that Jesus is special. He is the Son of God,” said a young Bible student after reading some revised passages from the Gospel of Mark. “Tomorrow I am going to... Read More

Katavi Cluster

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Africa
Shortly after the start of translation work in the Bende language, a group of Bende men and women gathered together to review the final drafts of Jonah and Ruth — the very first... Read More

Komo 2

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Africa
“The Komo people have been waiting a long time for the New Testament in their language,” said a Komo project coordinator. “They are already preparing to receive the New... Read More

Koorete

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Africa
“For Kore Christians, their faith influences their daily lives in many ways,” said a project manager. “Like now, they never fear an attack from evil spirits and they... Read More

Kwa East Cluster

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Africa
“Having the Bible in their own language will enable people to understand better what God is saying to address their issues,” says a project adviser for the Kwa East Cluster.... Read More

Kwomtari

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the Pacific
Susan, a Kwomtari woman, never felt that she could fully participate in community leadership because she didn’t read. Even though she held a prominent position among the women, she... Read More