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What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name?

Translating Scripture is complicated. Making sure the meaning of God’s Word is perfectly clear is no small task. But there are additional translation issues that need to be considered. As Becky Grossmann explains, “Transliteration is a fancy term we use when writing...

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A Story Worth Sharing

A Story Worth Sharing

It seems like more and more days are being designated to celebrate all sorts of things. Some of the offbeat or obscure celebrations designated for September 15 include National Linguine Day, National Double Cheeseburger Day, and the more relevant and timely National...

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Developing Resources, Growing Faith

Developing Resources, Growing Faith

Think about your last worship experience. Were there lessons? A sermon? Hymns? Adult and child Bible study books or pamphlets? These Scripture based materials have been familiar to many of us since childhood. And new resources are developed on a regular basis. Now...

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A Wider Perspective

A Wider Perspective

If you’re at all familiar with Lutheran Bible Translators (LBT), you know that we are always excited to tell you about the translation process, specific projects, and the impact God’s Word has when Scripture becomes available to people in a language they understand....

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Financials Prayers & Birthdays

Financials Prayers & Birthdays

Financials, Prayers & Birthdays Fall 2020Pray for: Botswana > Pray for Carl and Kelsey Grulke as they visit with congregations to raise ongoing support during their time of partnership development. Ethiopia > Praise for the work of Berhanu Ofgaa as Program...

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Missionary Understanding

Missionary Understanding

Missionary Understanding Fall 2020 Many missionaries started with just a kernel of understanding about ministry that grew. Some aspired to live and serve cross-culturally. Others hoped to develop or refine language skills. All dreamed of engaging in God’s Mission as a...

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