Today We Do

Recently, a team of Southeast Asians came together for three weeks to learn Oral Bible Translation (OBT) and were pushed to their limits. Faith Comes…

Lightning Effects

Besides endangering living creatures, lightning can also endanger computers, especially in Cameroon, Africa, during the rainy season.  At the SIL* Center in Yaoundé, Cameroon, where…

Seeing by Hearing

In a city in Central Asia, six translators from a minority people group, joined by two American translation advisors, gathered daily for three weeks to…

The Best Way…

At age 81, Reverend Bansah had a reason to celebrate: After working with other Bible translators to produce the New Testament in their language Nyagbo,…

Scripture Can Go…

Because of religious insecurity in western Africa, evangelical churches there have realized that they can no longer succeed in sharing the gospel unless they share…

TANZANIA’S SIMBITI COMMUNITY…

Editor’s Note:  Enjoy this guest post by Kenny Grindall, who works with our partner SIL. JAARS helped fund the rewiring of the network in the…

What Will Happen…

The Dhongo translation team is based in Lanza, a rural village in northeastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Lanza has no local internet service…

“This is Very…

On the western side of the Democratic Republic of the Congo near the mighty Congo River, two language groups—the Longando and Lonkundo—met for an Oral…