Frontlines

Winter 2015

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Frontlines

Equipping Nigerians for Bible Translation

Nigeria is one of three areas with the greatest remaining need for Bible translation in the world. With 512 languages spoken across the country, more than 300 languages still need a translation started. If the goal of seeing a Bible translation...

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News & Notes

Translation Workshop Tackles Ebola Education in Senegal In October, SIL Senegal hosted a workshop to translate important health information about the Ebola virus. The newly translated resources provide communities with life-saving information...

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Supporting Future Translations

Park and Betty Kriner were introduced to Wycliffe in 1962 at a missions conference. While there, they met Arlo and Vi Heinrichs, a couple serving as Bible translators in Brazil. The Heinrichs stayed with the Kriners for a time and a friendship...

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Ten-Year Countdown

This issue of FrontLines comes just as we’ve rung in a new year. We know the next 12 months hold exciting things for the ministry of Bible translation, because we’re living in a special period of history. You and I are the first...

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Translation Treasure

The goal of Scripture translation is to convey the true meaning of God’s Word in a way the people group can understand. Here is an example showing how important—and difficult—it can be to find just the right words.

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