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Gary Williams

Far too much time has passed since my last entry.  My apologies.  Plen...
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Summer memory challenge

2014-07-17

Write these commandments that I’ve given you today on your hearts. Get them inside of you and then get them inside your children. Talk about them wherever you are, sitting at home or [driving in your minivan]; talk about them from the time you get up in the morning to when you fall into bed at night. (Deut 6:6-7, The Message) I was hoping that a modern rendering like The Message would put this ver...

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Korean Ministries Weekly Prayer Bulletin (28 Jul-3 Aug 2014) 위클리프 주간 중보기도제목 (2014년 7월 28일-8월 3일)

2014-07-28

Korean Ministries Weekly Prayer Bulletin (28 Jul-3 Aug 2014) 위클리프 주간 중보기도제목 (2014년 7월 28일-8월 3일) Korean Ministries 한인사무국www.wycliffe.ca Andre & Emily Nam: English Teaching, Wycliffe Associates Andre and Emily served national translators well by teaching them English for two weeks starting three weeks ago. They have also been serving nonbelievers (two groups, one group younger than 15 years old and...

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2014-07-25

A young boy sits in the twisted branches of a cashew tree that stands in the centre of his village in rural Guinea-Bissau, where village leaders met to discuss literacy and Bible translation progress in his mother tongue, Jola-Bayote. Mother tongue education, especially in a child’s early years, helps children like this boy establish a strong foundation for life-long learning. Photo by Natasha Sc...

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New Life in New Ireland

2014-07-15

Led by a Korean-American couple, a team of Mandara believers in Papua New Guinea spearheads a life-changing Bible translation project. In May 2010, the Mandara people of Papua New Guinea (PNG) threw the largest party they can remember. More than 1,000 residents and guests from around the world attended the colourful event, to dedicate the recently published Mandara New Testament. During the celeb...

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Web Animation of Language and Bible Translation Statistics

2014-06-27

For those of you who enjoy statistics and web animation, we've put the two together to give you a dynamic presentation of global language and Bible translation statistics. ...

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Bougainville Advance
Location: Papua New Guinea

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