Mr. Kamara is an enthusiastic member of the translation team – one of three translators. We pray that a quick recovery will strengthen the ongoing Old Testament translation work of the Bible Society of Sierra Leone.
Themne translator Mr. Kamara in Sierra Leone has shown some improvement but remains on bedrest at home. Though he continues to suffer from headaches and dizziness, he persists in helping with the translation work. His recent head scan came back negative, and we continue to both praise God for sparing his life and continuing to heal his injuries from the motorcycle accident in November. Ruthie Wagner, LBT translation advisor for the Themne project, talked to him recently, and he expressed his great appreciation for LBT’s assistance toward his medical bills.
Please continue to pray. Please continue to give toward assisting our partners during this Ebola crisis where everything is more difficult, especially healthcare.
Mr. Kamara is an enthusiastic member of the translation team – one of three translators. We pray that a quick recovery will strengthen the ongoing Old Testament translation work of the Bible Society of Sierra Leone. He is also a lecturer at the Northern Polytechnic where the Themne translation work is officed. The team is pressing on with translation of the Old Testament into Themne. Twenty-four books have been sent out and reviewed by Themne speakers in nearby communities. This project is being advised by LBT missionaries Josh and Ruthie Wagner, recently evacuated from their home in Makeni due to Ebola.
Would you join us in prayer and financial support for Mr. Kamara, his family, and the other Themne translators?