Here is my place

On the map
On the map!

With over 850 languages in Papua New Guinea, it is sometimes hard to imagine a location for every language. It is easy to lump them all into one geographic area and just say they are all Papua New Guinean. While this is true as a nation,  individually, there is pride in one’s own culture and language.  Papua New Guineans take great pleasure in pointing out where they live and what language they speak. It is part of who they are. That is why it is important to pursue having language development and Bible translation projects in all the languages that can sustain them. Pray for these women who are taking part in the initial Translator’s Training Course (TTC). Pray that they will be adequately prepared to take the road to a completed translation.

 

 

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