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Chibi Death Threats Stopped

John is back in Brazil, in his element, as I can see in this picture.  The Chibi team is working on the book of Acts as part of a training workshop John is running with a consultant-in-training. The team has … Continue reading

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“A Poor Return on Investment?”

John and I were in Tucson last week for a special staff retreat with The Seed Company, celebrating 25 years since the founding of this affiliate of Wycliffe, and the launching of its 1,500th language project. The four days impacted … Continue reading

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Thank you

The Seed Company recently hosted an event called “Pray for Zero”, launching a prayer campaign to unite the global body of Christ toward bringing God’s Word to the 1,671 remaining Bibleless languages. By the year 2025, ZERO will be reached, one … Continue reading

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The Lolo hear His “still, small voice”

11b Evale nohozaga nipevo nohokala na masika. Fiyeda ira nipevo nne nobwanyulaga mwangole eto mabwe kotweyaga vamentoni va NABWIYA, kalaga nga NABWIYA ali munipevoni mule. Mbwenye NABWIYA munipevoni mule kaalimo. Nipevo nne nagavirile, wohozaga indarandara. Mbwenye NABWIYA muindarandarani mule kaalimo. … Continue reading

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Homeward Bound – to Mozambique!

I’m sitting in the Charlotte airport – missing my family already. Someone said that for international flights now one needs to come three hours early, due to heightened security. I’m not sure what they are talking about. Security was one … Continue reading

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Trail’s End

I went to my friend Carl’s memorial service last night.  I’d known him since 1979 when we showed up at SIL in Dallas to take our first semester of linguistics courses.  We took Evie Pike’s grammatical analysis course and studied … Continue reading

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A Translation for the Gypsies

It was a cool day in southern Brazil.  There were 14 of us sitting on the floor, since there was no furniture. One of the gypsies picked up his guitar and began to sing praise songs, first in Portuguese, then … Continue reading

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