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Thai Sign Language 2

in
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

Tsuvadi

in
Africa
Not long ago, a revival among the Avadi led to a desire among believers to have God’s Word in their own language — Tsuvadi. Now we’re working in partnership with a... Read More

Tugen 2

in
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

in
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 the... Read More

Téké Southwest 2

in
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

in
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

Xavante 3

in
the Americas
Many Xavante — especially young people — are highly motivated to grow their understanding of God by studying his Word in their language. Recently, 35 people from 16... Read More

Yamdena 2

in
Asia
“It is finished!” As the Crucifixion story from John’s Gospel echoed throughout a Yamdena community, people listened solemnly from their homes. Due to COVID-19... Read More