Off the top of his head and from the depths of his heart, the man from the Moi tribe shared the true story of Easter. What impressed us most was not that Paiye could spontaneously retell the story so well. No, what impressed us was the joy with which he told the story.
God’s Word has lasting impact when people hear it in their own language, hold it in their hands and read it.
Each step on the road to a thriving church for every people is cause for us to celebrate the goodness of God and praise His name.
Can you imagine what it’s like for someone to read God’s Word in their language for the first time? You can make that happen today.
Do you really need more of anything before you can go?
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.
As we near the end of celebrating 75 years of partnering together in ministry, I hope gratitude has resonated in everything we’ve…
“What’s in it for me?” doesn’t seem like the kind of question we ought to be asking our Almighty Creator, God.
The vision that we work toward by any other name would be as important.
Three women widowed when their husbands were martyred continued working to reach the Ayoré people.