Wycliffe Bible Translators

by Colin Dexter

Some of you may remember that I worked in the Cerma (or Gouin) project for a number of years when I was in Burkina Faso. Here’s some good news for you: it’s been a long haul, but the New Testament has finally been typeset! Like all Bible translation, it has been a marathon rather than a sprint – and is definitely something to celebrate. It’s now in South Korea to be printed. Please pray for the Lord’s protection over it, and that the translated Scriptures will be received with joy, and well used. The dedication should take place some time next year, and I’m hoping things will work out for me to plan my next visit to Burkina around it.

Please pray too for renewed peace and stability in Burkina Faso, where there has been a certain amount of unrest lately. Burkina’s southern neighbour Ivory Coast may be out of the news headlines now, but still desperately needs prayer.

By the way, if any of you haven’t yet seen the latest issue of ‘Words for Life’, it has an interview with me in it. It can be downloaded from www.wycliffe.org.uk.  From ( Laura D )

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