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Twelve participants in a nine-day workshop in Kenya worked on building websites that will make Scripture, literacy and community development information accessible to people in their language communities. Ask God to prepare the hearts of visitors to the new websites to read or hear his Word in the language they understand best.
What's Going On
A media organization that we’ve teamed with for several years now works with local people to create websites in their own language centered on Scripture. The sites allow people to find, read, listen, and watch God’s Word—all in their own language. And viewers can—and do—share the content with friends.
“It is a high-tech world, and an overwhelming majority of people have access to the Internet via computers, netbooks, or smart phones,” says one of the organization’s leaders. That reality provides unprecedented opportunity for sharing God’s Word.
To date, our partner has rejoiced in seeing more...
Praise the Lord! The R66 helicopter is operational and ready to support Bible translation and humanitarian service in northwest Cameroon!
Once it cleared customs, the aircraft was reassembled and flying six days later. After making final adjustments and some test and training flights, Mark, our pilot in Cameroon, and instructor pilots Mark and Jeff flew the R66 from Yaounde to the helicopter’s base in the mountains of northwest Cameroon for more flight training—and the first service flights....
This morning in Yaoundé, people gathered in front of the hangar for a prayer of dedication for the R66. After a few more training flights in Yaoundé, pilot Mark and instructor pilots Mark and Jeff will fly the helicopter to its home base in the mountains of northwest Cameroon.
Praise the Lord! The team of JAARS and SIL Cameroon aircraft mechanics finished reassembly of the R66 helicopter! Our pilots hovered the aircraft to make final adjustments before pilot check-out flights begin.
Praise the Lord!
After two months in customs, the container holding the R66 helicopter was released and has arrived at the hangar in Yaounde, Cameroon! The team is already working to reassemble all the parts that make a helicopter fly! Thank you for praying!
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