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Not Just a…

What device at JAARS can make a grown man salivate more than the sight of a juicy grilled steak? Our large format 3D printer that…

This Is It!

What kind of gift would you give friends you hadn’t seen in years? Robin Rempel chose to give her friends a gift that will keep…

Right in Your…

Gleaming motorcycles—still warm from their 100-mile journey—swarm JAARS parking lot. How did 85 motorcycles and their riders end up at JAARS on a spring Saturday…

Doorway to the…

In Africa, some translators feel as isolated from the world as someone shipwrecked on a deserted island. Frans Barah, Language Technology Consultant and IT Coordinator…

Broken to Healed

Emily Simon crash-landed at JAARS. She didn’t want to be here. Her heart beat for Ukarumpa, Papua New Guinea (PNG), where she had served as…

Cross-Cultural Confusion or…

Someone beats a beggar violently in the street. Kids scrounge around trash heaps for food or treasure to sell. Everywhere blink eyes full of despair.…

Making a Stand…

JAARS is blessed to associate with many Christian people and organizations who regularly make a stand for Christ. Recently, some dedicated JAARS partners took this…

In Just a…

Palm fronds wave and glassy water ripples at the wind’s gentle touch. Honiara in the Solomon Islands is a lush, tropical town, but Jeremiah, Willie,…

Why So Slow?

Bev Dawson had no idea she would spend more than four decades serving as a Bible translator among the Wapishanas in Guyana, South America. During…