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A crowd gathers in Bambalang village, Cameroon, to watch the LUKE film.
News, Ideas and Progress in Bible Translation
“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.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Bible translators in Cameroon are creating and distributing public health information about the disease, which one language community calls “pneumonia with thorns.” The Cameroon Association for Bible Translation and Literacy...
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.
A Look at God’s Transforming Power
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Dawson & Pat Tennant
Inspiring video and audio features
VIDEO – Gergiko (Wycliffe Australia.)
The Mukulu people of Chad now have the New Testament and a literacy program in their language, Gergiko.
AUDIO – The Why and How of Bible Translation
by Jack Popjes