An Observable Difference

God’s Word, coming in accurate, natural and clear Eastern Apurímac Quechua, deepens and expands the impact the gospel is having among these hardy mountain people.

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Bible translator killed in Cameroon

Another Bible translator in Cameroon has been murdered following an attack in his village. Pastor Christopher Tanjoh, who was a Bible translator and literacy teacher with the Moghamo Bible translation and literacy project, was killed on Aug. 7.

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The Word That Brings Freedom

Afaafa decided to read the first Bible verse she set her eyes on–and it “happened” to be Galatians 5:1. That night, she dreamed that God was inviting her to choose slavery or freedom.

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Translators Aid in Fight Against COVID-19

“Wash your hands” is a key message in fighting the spread of the novel coronavirus around the globe. But for roughly 30 per cent the world’s population, that simple advice is not accessible because it hasn’t been translated into their language.

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Give Us Your Fuel, Lord!

While Budy was working in a village 85 km from his home, recording the “JESUS” film, a massive 7.5 earthquake hit his home city in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia.

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