When language groups consider whether or not to have a language project started in their area, the response is usually overwhelmingly “YES!” However there is much to consider before a community in Papua New Guinea can become part of a project. Are they willing to dedicate multiple people to be nearly full time workers? Is there church and community leader support? Are there people opposed to the idea? What facilities could be used? There are many more questions. It is not an easy decision for the community or the translation organisations. Pray for wisdom as these groups work together to make a translation possible.