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New Recordings: October 2015

New Recordings: October 2015

Well friends, here we are again. Another month has passed and our amazing partners, staff, and co-laborers in Christ have produced Scripture recordings in 4 more languages!

Combined, these languages are spoken by over 434,000 people – many of whom will now be able to hear about Jesus and His love for them for the very first time!

Can I get an Amen?

Sure, go ahead and say it.

Don’t stop there – let’s hear a Hallelujah or Praise the Lord. Knowing that God’s people now have access to His Word in their own heart language is definitely worthy of celebrating!

So join us as we rejoice that God’s Word is now available in these languages:

  • Lhaovo – Myanmar
  • Ngigua, San Luis Temalacayuca – México
  • Ngigua, San Marcos Tlalcoyalco – México
  • Sensitive people group (name & location withheld)

As you can see, another people group may face persecution if we announce that they have the Gospel in their language. Please keep them in your prayers as they hear about the One True God for the first time.

We are also excited to be able to now offer Psalms and Proverbs in Ngiva San Juan Atzingo, which is primarily spoken in México.

Did you know that most of our recordings are New Testaments? There are a number of reasons for this, not the least of which is the lack of Old Testament translations in many languages. However, new technology is allowing more Old Testament translations to be done, making these important portions of God’s Word available to more and more people.

Please keep this vital work in your prayers so people groups around the world can enjoy the entirety of the Word and have a closer walk with our Heavenly Father.

Keep an eye out for our next update as more recordings are completed and made available for all to hear. Talk to you soon!

Image: A Southeast Asian listening group focuses intently on the Audio Bible Proclaimer.

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