Open Bible Stories Translation Project Fuels Spiritual Breakthrough in Chad

Image courtesy of unfoldingWord.

More than two million people in 100 language groups remain unreached in Chad, but the Open Bible Stories translation project is breaking through those barriers.

According to unfoldingWord,

Chad has many Christian missions, but they have never successfully engaged these unreached people groups. Mission workers report that this is the first time that any ministry has established effective connections with them.

unfoldingWord began teaching church planters how to do Bible translation a few years ago, starting with the Open Bible Stories. More about that here.

“The Open Bible Stories is a set of 50 stories from God’s point of view: what He did to create the world and how He’s saving people, to the endpoint of Christ’s return,” Arne* with unfoldingWord says.

“It is a great way to introduce a group of people to the overall narrative of Scripture.”

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth

CALL TO ACTION

  • Praise God for opening doors in Chad through Church-Centric Bible Translation!
  • Four Chadian believers had dreams/visions that the translation project manager was killed. A Muslim imam uttered incantations against him during an Arabic OBS Community test. “My life is sold to the Lord!” he writes. “Please pray for me and my family.”

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