The Doromu-Koki translation team in Papua New Guinea wanted to model their New Testament dedication after 2 Chronicles 29, in which King Hezekiah led the people to cleanse and rededicate the temple. The Doromu-Koki team raised funds for the dedication with help from the local community.
Ed and Donna wanted to “do something significant” beyond their normal ministry giving, but they weren't sure how they could afford it. Then they met with a Wycliffe Foundation Gift Planning Advisor and found a solution.
Two translators had given up after months of trying to translate the phrase “broken spirit” in the Karang language of Cameroon. “We put it in God’s hands and moved on to reviewing the Gospel of Luke for audio recording,” said Bob, a Wycliffe staff member.