The long-term prayer and financial partnership of people like you makes such a difference for Bible translation teams!

‘Regular support allows for planning. Bible translation is obviously a very long-term project. If you know there’s income coming, it gives security to translators like Sunday and Alaska.’
Doug and Rachel Dickson, pictured above with translators Alaska (left) and Sunday (right) and the Nyankpa chief (centre)

Find out more about the work of the Nyankpa team and others in Nigeria below, and scroll down if you would like to invest in Bible translation by giving today.

Plant a Seed

‘Jesus Christ belongs to every dialect. God is the God of every dialect.’


Jume sings John 3:16 in her own language
Jume’s Story

For Jume, having access to Scripture in her own language – Nyankpa – has been life-changing. Watch her story here.

The Mango Tree

‘The mango tree there, my father planted it long ago. But now we are reaping the fruit. We are eating from that tree.’ Find out more about Sunday’s work and watch the video here.

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