“The weather app on my phone was showing a little sun icon with a 39°C beside it. Hmm. Even after [...]
The Church among the Budik people of Senegal showed little evidence of spiritual life. Then something happened that changed everything. The Budik believers received the New Testament in their own language. May the testimony of the Budik believers remind us not just to hold God's Word, but open it, read it, live it and share it.
A continent away, Theo Enns sits at his desk, actively involved in the translation of the church-planting training modules.
The Budik people of Senegal are finding joy in reading God’s Word in their own language.
Can You Imagine? Do you have a Bible handy? Pick it up. Hold it in your hands … and imagine [...]
Tomorrow is going to be a busy, joyful day in a Budik village in Senegal. Budiks — both believers and others [...]
“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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