Displaced from their forested homeland, the Warka people struggle with daily survival, and many are controlled by the fear of the spirits they worship. With the New Testament dedicated in their language, hope is being planted in the community and they wait in anticipation for the foundational stories of the Old Testament.
Team members trained by our national partner in South Asia have made the commitment to:
Translate a selection of stories and writings from the Old Testament.
Help believers craft oral Bible Stories and release them digitally for easy access.
Make the Warka Scripture accessible in print, audio, and digital formats to those who want them.
Assist the Warka church in preparing materials to teach children.
Teach people to read and write their language through literacy classes held in Warka villages.
An “I Do” of Their Own
Hunger in His Soul
“I was waiting for this day to come. The day I can hold a Bible written in my language in my hands. Now nobody can say that we are following a foreign religion. I am looking forward to the time when we will have the audio Bible in our language. Then those of our people who cannot read and write and who might never read or write can hear the Word of God and understand its message of truth.”