By Bob Creson
As you know I recently returned from a trip to the African nations of Tanzania and Uganda. While I was there, I heard a story that spoke to the tremendous hunger the people have for God’s Word.
One of the Rangi translators had to literally tear apart the most recent draft of the Gospel of Mark—page by page—to distribute it to his neighbors and family pleading for this portion of Scripture in their language.
This story is recounted in a letter that you may have received a few days ago. If you did not receive this letter, you can read the rest of this amazing story online by clicking here.
This Rangi translation is part of an important Wycliffe project accomplishing great things for the glory of God in Africa. The project is called Scripture Access for All. If you enjoy hearing about God at work through His Word, you’ll be blessed by this story.