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Translation Brings Understanding

Translation Brings Understanding

"God now speaks to me in my own language." When the Bible is translated into the languages of people groups around the world, what happens? The eyes of their hearts are opened, they begin to understand what God desires for them and of them, and they embrace what they read.
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The Tigak New Testament is finished!

The Tigak New Testament is finished!

The Tigak people of Papua New Guinea are rejoicing over their newly printed New Testaments.
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More than Enough

More than Enough

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 Twists and Turns Are Normal Missionary Life

Twists and Turns Are Normal Missionary Life

The final translation check was a good example of missionary life.
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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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The Lolo Bibles Have Arrived!

The Lolo Bibles Have Arrived!

After nearly nine years, the Lolo people will be receiving the Word of God in their own language.
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It’s been Opened Up to Us!

It’s been Opened Up to Us!

Have you ever tried to read God’s Word in some other language? Does it speak to you? I didn’t think so. The Moi of Asia Pacific found that, once the Word was in their heart language, God’s heart was “opened up” to them.
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