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Tanzanian Sign Language 2

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Africa
“Tanzanian Deaf will have access to Scripture passages they can understand that will help them to grow as Christians,” a project adviser said. We’re partnering with... Read More

Taveta 2

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Africa
When the Taveta gained access to the Gospel of Luke in their own language, Mbaso noticed a fresh enthusiasm for God’s Word among his people. A translator and church elder, Mbaso... Read More

Thai Sign Language 2

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Asia
“I have a friend who has a lot of problems and vices in her life,” a Thai Deaf Christian said. “I’ve shared some of the Bible stories with her and she’s... Read More

Tofin

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Africa
“When the Tofinu hear and read Scripture in their language, they will understand the message of God and respond promptly to his call,” a project adviser said. “They... Read More

Tugen 2

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Africa
The Tugen women couldn’t believe it.  A speaker was reading a portion of the newly translated Tugen Gospel of Luke aloud at a Christian conference. For years the women had... Read More

Tuki 3

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Africa
Recently, some Tuki family members came before the local chief to settle a property dispute.  A Tuki storyteller was there too, and the chief allowed him to speak. As he shared... Read More

Téké Southwest 2

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Africa
“Translated Scripture will communicate the power and reality of Jesus,” a Teke Southwest project coordinator said. “It will cause people to abandon traditional... Read More

Ukrainian Sign Language

We’re partnering with a local Deaf team as they translate New Testament portions into Ukrainian Sign Language!  To clearly communicate the gospel message to the Ukrainian... Read More

West Kainji Cluster

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Africa
At the ut-Hun New Testament celebration, a translation team member held a copy of the New Testament up high, praising to God for its completion! Another team member read the Parable of... Read More

Winye

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Africa
“The gospel presented in another language has had limited impact on the everyday lives of the Winye people,” said a project adviser. “Scriptures in Winye are needed to... Read More