Tag Archives: Last Languages

Bible Dedications

The weekend before Christmas 2 languages in Cameroon celebrated and dedicated their New Testament’s. Denya NT Dedication Read more about the Anyang people who speak Denya and see on the map where this group of 20,000 people are located in … Continue reading

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Light to Kon-Yambetta

The first week in November I visited the village of Kon-Yambetta to evaluate the possibility of having some type of internet connection for the Bible Translation Project.  I have an update I would like to share.  Internet connectivity looks like … Continue reading

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IT Missionaries

Wycliffe USA is featured on the cover story of this month’s Christian Computing Magazine. It gives a great explanation of Wycliffe’s “IT Missionaries.” I also like the support that the EC Group has given to Wycliffe. Click here to read … Continue reading

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BibleSticks are More Popular than Candy and Chocolate

“BibleSticks are More Popular than Candy and Chocolate”. Great article from Faith Comes By Hearing! I remember when I was in the military many years ago and God gave me a verse on my first night sleeping in the tent … Continue reading

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Jesus Film

See what happens when the Gospel of Christ is taken to a small Ethiopian village in a language group called the “Gamo” people, as they witness for the first time Jesus Christ.

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Bible Translation featured on HDNet’s “World Report” with Greg Dobbs

I thought this was a great report that aired April 20th. Click here for a summary of the video on Wycliffe’s blog.

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Morning Devotions

This morning after David and I had our quiet time we were discussing the passages we read.  He asked about a specific verse and I read it from my Bible, New Living Translation.  He also was reading this morning from … Continue reading

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