Monday, March 7, 2016

Still much to do

The Napo Quechua people group of Peru has long suffered from alcoholism and violence, but a team of national translators has been working on translating the New Testament into their language. The team desires to bring hope and transformation to their people through faith in Christ. They know that the Napo Quechua need the same opportunity that we English speakers have: to hear God speak the message of hope and salvation to them in their own language. Watch the video below to hear more about this work.

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