Linking the Canadian Church with the world's minority language groups, to see community transformation through Bible translation, use of translated Scriptures, mother-tongue literacy and education.

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Derryl and Karen Friesen

Missional purpose. What is it anyway? Should living in Thailand be any...
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Justin & Tammy Hettinga

February 19-26 I accompanied Justin on another work-related trip to Da...
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How to Pray for Leaders

People in leadership positions may be targets of heavier spiritual attack. "Strike the shepherd, and the sheep will be scattered" (Zechariah 13:7. Here are some important ways to pray for leaders.


How to Pray for People Who Need Mother Tongue Scriptures

Pray that the Lord will create a hunger and thirst for Himself in those who have not yet heard. Pray that He will create...


How to Pray for Translations Nearing Completion

Scripture translation is a demanding task and needs constant prayer support from start to finish. Translators have noticed, however, that special difficulties seem to surface when translations near completion. What follows is a sampling of such problems to help you in praying for those involved. Satan is opposed to all God's purposes and certainly the translating of God's Word, the Bible, is one activity he will do all in his power to frustrate. Some problems are due to human frailty and sinfulness. Some may be simply mechanical or electrical glitches. Some problems may be spiritual or have a spiritual component. Satan may be the cause or he may exploit these to gain his ends. The list is not hypothetical. Every item mentioned has occurred to delay completion of some translation.


Intercessory Prayer

Intercessory Prayer and How It Relates to Meditation on the Scriptures and the Prayer of Rest By Dr. Alex B. Aronis


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Be Strong and Courageous

Winter 2016 We’re doing something new with Prayer Alive. For the first time, we are sharing prayer requests by electronic means for nearly all of you, either online or by email. This new version is simplified, but the need for prayer is just as great as always, and the people prayed for are just as thankful. We greatly appreciate your prayers for the needs shared here. A thought for this first qua...

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