What about us?

What about us?
What about us?

In a country about the size of California that has a population of around 7 million, you wouldn’t expect to find over 830 languages! Translation work in Papua New Guinea has been going on for many years, yet there are still almost 300 languages that need a project started. While advances in technology, communications and travel have greatly assisted the translation process, the remaining languages are often in small villages in remote areas. It would be easy to say “It’s not worth the effort.” But that’s not true. Every language represents a significant number of people who cannot read about God’s love in the language they know the best – their heart language. Pray that all languages would be able to read about God’s love and understand it!


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