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Wycliffe Canada works to end Bible poverty by helping minority language communities translate God's Word into their language.
Kinsha is a Bible translation and literacy effort in Southeast Asia. Mother tongue translators are working on translating the Scriptures into 13 languages, providing Bible-based trauma-healing workshops and teaching people to read and write in their mother tongues.
One staff member summarizes the situation well, “This country, which has closed its door for almost a century, is now open to us! They are pushing us without rest [to develop these literacy materials]. I feel like the yoke is too heavy for me... I am asking for help.”
The team faces challenges. Conflict, persecution and travel-restrictions limit Christian activity. Yet opportunities abound; the government is including Kinsha literacy materials in the curriculum of public schools in multiple languages!
You will help them succeed—and help bring the Bible to tens of thousands—by supporting Kinsha.