Bible translators face danger in hostile countries

April 24, 2014

Vision 2025 is Wycliffe's project to have translations under way by that year in all languages that need it. CEO Bruce Smith tells OneNewsNow the work is about one third complete, and Wycliffe has decided to proceed with special emphasis in areas dangerous for the gospel.

Read more at: http://onenewsnow.com/missions/2014/04/18/bible-translators-face-danger-in-hostile-countries#.U1ljNNFOWHs

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