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Celebrating with an Elephant

The elephant is the biggest of all the forest animals where the Mono people live in the northwestern part of the Democratic Republic of the…

Far-Flung People

Last spring, several members of the land transportation team at JAARS encountered some serious pandemic roadblocks. JAARS had provided motorcycles to a Bible translation partner…

Life Upsets

Sometimes, during tough experiences in life, our eyes are on the changing circumstances around us, when what we really need to do is keep our…

No Longer Just a Number

Would you wake up at 3 a.m. for your job? Ester did for about two weeks. Part of her new role with the JAARS Scripture…

Six Clinics, Six Villages, Six Days

Many people living in Cameroon’s remote villages receive medical care only when medical professionals arrange for a visit. Thankfully, a Baptist hospital sends staff out…

Blessings that Overflow

When Elaine Drake saw a Wycliffe poster that described their vision for all peoples to have access to the Word of God in their heart…

I Would Choose to Stay

Right out of college, Hayley worked for the Culture & Heritage Museums in South Carolina. Then, a few months later, in January 2018, she moved…

Filling in the Gaps

Even though we may have a love-hate relationship with technology at times, the truth remains that many people today could not live without it. Our…

Adding Tools to the Toolbox

After Kjerstin Lifto heard about her uncle and close friends dying in a motorcycle accident, she claimed she would never ride a motorcycle. God, however,…