“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.
Things don’t always go according to plan — and that’s usually viewed as a bad thing. So when I tell you that is what happened with the Manjui New Testament, you might be ready to despair.
Kendawangan to hear about the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus. Manjui New Testament Complete! 23 Wahgi Believers Baptized. Bible translation moving forward for Nagi people. Mengen Church Reaching Out. Literacy coming to Elseng people.
Levi Lenz is very excited to be a Bible translator.
Levi and Robyn Lenz are full of praise to God for all He is doing.
Stephen used to teach that people had to follow the Law to be right with God.
Another group of North Waghis are hearing God's story from Creation to Christ.
An illustration during Firm Foundations Bible lessons made quite an impression on the North Wahgi people.
The North Wahgi man has been helping prepare Firm Foundation Bible lessons for his people.