A BRIDGE CALLED MARTIN

Hamming it up for the camera at a rural school in Guinea-Bissau.

Guinea-Bissau, West Africa, has a population of 1.6 million, and is home to 21 indigenous language groups. OneBook is involved with seven of these, in a comprehensive project covering training and sustainability, church outreach, mother tongue Bible translation, and literacy. OneBook, Wycliffe, and local organizations in Brazil and Africa are partnering together to bring change to these remote communities.

Exciting things are happening! See the faces and stories for yourself in the latest issue of Wycliffe Canada’s magazine, “Word Alive.”

http://www.wycliffe.ca/wycliffe/wordalive/2012_fall/#/0 OneBook program manager MARTIN ENGELER is featured on page 18, in the article A Bridge Called Martin.

More support is urgently needed to keep up with the hunger for the Bible in the mother tongue in this part of Africa. We would love it if you would join us in this challenge to spread God’s love in Guinea-Bissau!

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