Out of suffering in a refugee camp comes a blessing of biblical proportions.
Some would call it a miracle. Amid the suffering and hopelessness of life in the Kakuma Refugee Camp in northwestern Kenya, a blessing has taken hold—in the form of Bible translation.
Kakuma is perhaps the last place on Earth you would expect to find Bible translation underway. Home to 185,000 refugees from Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan, and South Sudan, the camp has been a place of sorrow, fear, and the unknown. But as of last December, when a MAST (Mobilized Assistance Supporting Translation) workshop was held for 11 Sudanese language groups, it is now also a place of immense hope.Read the rest!