Persecuted Christians are risking their lives to translate the Bible into their local language

February 12, 2016

Christians living under persecution are risking their lives to translate the Bible into their local languages, according to Wycliffe Association.

Using revolutionary new MAST (Mobilized Assistance Supporting Translation) strategy, Wycliffe Association is equipping local people to translate the Bible for their communities in areas of Christian persecution.

Read more at: http://www.christiantoday.com/article/persecuted.christians.are.risking.their.lives.to.translate.the.bible.into.their.local.language/78580.htm


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