Wycliffe to Launch Bible Translation Efforts in Land Mine-Riddled Angola

May 14, 2014

An organization focused on translating the Gospel into every language, plans to take Bible translation efforts to the Southern African nation of Angola despite dangerous conditions that could impede translators from reaching remote areas.

 

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