I want to help people meet Christ through translated Scripture.
One of the greatest blessings of the Christian life is that God gave us one another; we don’t have to do life alone! But what does it look like to really be “together”? Explore how believers in Indonesia thrive together and why it’s crucial for us to find community and purpose with other believers.
God has woven the individual stories of the Ambonese Malay translation team members into a larger story for his glory. And as they work to translate Scripture, they’re practicing togetherness and community in all things.
Understanding God’s Word in their language has given the Manado Malay translation team an immeasurable hope in Jesus. This team is now seeing transformation in the community as people begin to engage with the New Testament!
Scripture engagement is such a critical part of the Bible translation process. Teams get to help local speakers really dig into their newly-translated Scriptures. The Ambonese Malay team is doing just that and seeing incredible results.
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Indonesia is a collectivist culture; whether it’s religion, relationships or a livelihood like fishing, the focus is on the group and the greater good, not on the individual.
The Ambonese Malay and Manado Malay communities have gained immense blessings from practicing true togetherness in life and translation work — see how we can learn and benefit from their example!
To make a difference, the Ambonese Malay translation team can’t function autonomously; it’s part of a larger body that includes the church and local community.Read Their Story
See how pastors, churches and communities in the collectivist culture of Indonesia are transformed as God’s Word becomes personal.Discover More
God is bringing unexpected stories and circumstances together to reach the Ambonese and Manado Malay communities through Bible translation.Follow the Journey
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