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26March, 2018

Bruce Smith

Persecuted by her own father

You can hardly imagine how lonely my friend was. For her safety, I’ll call her Pa.

In her village in South Asia, she was the only Christian.

When Pa led her little sister to Christ, her father threatened to kick her out of the house.

Her mother wasn’t even there to help . . . she had disappeared years before, and Pa still doesn’t know why.

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24March, 2018

Bruce Smith

08March, 2018

Prayer Coordinator

Will you pray with me for this River of God?

“Minutes after the service started, a church member ran into the building with a head injury and was being chased by a man with a sword. The rest of the congregation tried to escape, but the man wounded two church members as well as an 81-year-old church leader.”

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23February, 2018

Prayer Coordinator

This River of God could transform Asia!

Oh, how we have prayed—and continue to pray—for Bible translation around the world. And we have prayed so often—continually—for MAST facilitators going around the world training national Bible translators. Training them to use the MAST Bible translation strategy—Mobilized Assistance Supporting Translation—enabling national Bible translators to do the work of translating themselves, more rapidly and accurately than ever before.

We have also prayed for nationals who have been trained to be MAST trainers and leaders. These national MAST trainers and leaders—fully equipped to train others are doing just that—training men and women to translate Scripture into their own heart languages. These national MAST trainers and leaders willingly go to neighboring countries and train more nationals in the MAST strategy of Bible translation.   Read the rest!
12February, 2018

Wycliffe Associates

When Walls Speak God's Word

Scriptures written on classroom walls spoke to Ni (name changed for security purposes) and began a great work in her heart.

At some level, the actual hands-on act of Bible translation might seem somewhat perfunctory: simply replacing letters, syllables, and words from one language to another. But one of the most exciting things about translating the Scriptures is the constant reminder of the extraordinary power held in these particular words.

Ni witnessed this power firsthand in her early days as a student. Though she grew up in a devout Muslim family in a Muslim country, her parents sent her to a Christian missionary school so she could get a good education and learn English. Ni recalls how the walls of the school were filled with Scripture verses. And the words found their way into her heart.

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