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The Rumble of a Landslide

The Rumble of a Landslide

Landslides sounds like thunder. They start as a distant rumble, build, then fade away—but leave behind more than an echo.
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Please, God, Let the Rain Stop

Please, God, Let the Rain Stop

As we started building among the Konomala people, God worked in the details.
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Your Purchases Add Up to Big Gift

Your Purchases Add Up to Big Gift

The fourth-quarter gift through Amazon Smile was enough to translate the whole first chapter of Mark.
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Turning a Corner in the Work

Turning a Corner in the Work

“We have begun writing the lessons!”
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 Translation Isn’t Apples to Apples

Translation Isn’t Apples to Apples

Thorough Bible translations must cross both language and cultural barriers.
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From Our CEO

From Our CEO

I often wonder how I would have managed the talents . . . in Matthew 25.
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Why Do They Need to Read?

Why Do They Need to Read?

The reason to teach literacy is so that people can get to know the Creator God.
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Sent by the Church

Sent by the Church

See how a local church in America is impacting the world by sending a family to Papua New Guinea. Jeremy and Mandy Hambrice trace their story from First Baptist Church of Magnolia, Arkansas, to the Wantakia people group.
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Too Moved to Move

Too Moved to Move

The Akolet people sat stunned after hearing about the ten plagues in Egypt.
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