“It has not gone unnoticed by Judy and me that our post middle age bodies are beginning to show the wear and tear of life,” wrote Bible translator James Burdett on their blog. Likewise, their equipment on the field is wearing out as well. Some of their equipment is more than 20 years old and limping along, requiring time for maintenance that pulls them away from translating the Bible.
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The translation of John in Jalunga is done and now Penny Warner is working on Luke.
Frank Brearley's return to Africa to train missionaries is brightened by reunions with men he discipled years ago.
African missionaries are being trained to reach unreached African people because of the gifts of God's people.
Ministry in a new place requires a new portion of God's grace.
Musa's ordination brought many from the community who have never heard what Jesus did for them.
After missionaries Dubby and Anna Rodda had to leave their ministry for health reasons, a man from another tribe stepped up to share Firm Foundation Bible lessons.
The Badyaranke people will soon hear Firm Foundations Bible lessons.
The chronological Firm Foundations study is to begin in October.
Amid abundant rain, the Jalunga people again have opportunities to hear chronological Bible lessons.
At a community game night, Angie Kaeselau steps into new territory to build relationships.
Joel and Andi McMartin have learned enough French to become more involved.
An approved timeline sets the stage for future ministry to the Bolon people.
Christmas boxes give Senegalese church opportunities to share the Gospel.
Jen Rabe is soaking up the culture and language of the Senegalese people.
Budik believers are helping ensure that teaching on 1 and 2 Peter is clear. Senegal, Prayer, Current News, Budik People, Africa
A Guinean family benefits when a couple obtains another vehicle.
L'Eglise Baptiste de la Grace commissions one of its own couples for service in a remote area.
In the absence of missionaries, Budik believers are taking leadership in the church.