Bible translation in the Arctic circle

“Those who live at the ends of the earth stand in awe of your wonders. From where the sun rises to where it sets,you inspire shouts of joy” (Psalm 65:8,NLT).

The nomadic Nenets have lived for centuries in one of the most challenging environments on Earth. They follow the migrations of vast herds . . . →Read More:Bible translation in the Arctic circle

Psalm 13 in the Poptí language of Guatemala

Here’s a video Chaz took on his most recent trip down to Guatemala. It features Waldemar,one of the native Poptí Bible translators,sharing a song he wrote based on Psalm 13. [Chaz and the other consultants have been working with the native translation teams through the book of Psalms for several months now.] . . . →Read More:Psalm 13 in the Poptí language of Guatemala

Memories from Panama

Here’s a video sent by a friend in Panama,from a recent trip up the Chagres River. This group of children and adults is from our church in Panama City,Crossroads Bible Church. When we were still attending there,the children’s pastor started an annual mission trip up to Parara Puru,an Embera village up . . . →Read More:Memories from Panama

Pray for this group without the Bible yet

“Because these visitors were interested in her language,she was now interested in their God.”Read on:

Life can be challenging for the Nanai people of the Russian Far East. Lengthy winter seasons when temperatures can plummet to 40 degrees below zero have forced the Nanai to become proficient ice fishermen. Nanai parents . . . →Read More:Pray for this group without the Bible yet

Annual report of the Spanish Translator’s Notes team

Recently in Dallas,the International Translation Department had their annual celebration of accomplishments in the past year. This included a slideshow of all projects and goals ongoing and completed. I have included here the slides that sum up what was done with my dedicated Spanish TN team. Rejoice with us!

TN volumes published . . . →Read More:Annual report of the Spanish Translator’s Notes team

Complementary jobs

When I was first asked to take on the role of coordinating the team of people working on Spanish Translator’s Notes,I did some research,asked lots of questions,and even took a trip to Dallas to talk to person firsthand and find out more about the project before saying “yes”. One thought kept popping . . . →Read More:Complementary jobs

Women’s Bible Study

Are you looking for something new for your women’s Bible study group? Or just for you to study on your own? Look at this new resource from Wycliffe Bible Translators! Click here to download the material:

Hope through the Word Women’s Bible study Hope through the Word Leader’s Guide Adopt a Project Videos to accompany . . . →Read More:Women’s Bible Study

The Didoi people in Russia –without the Bible

It’s been said that the Muslim Didoi people — also known as the Tsez — have lived on the edge in recent times. Located in the Caucasus,they live in the southwest corner of Dagestan which became “the edge” of Russia when the Soviet Union broke up in 1991.

Go here to read the whole . . . →Read More:The Didoi people in Russia –without the Bible

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