The Komba people of Northern Ghana were greatly influenced by traditional religious beliefs, until the completion of the Komba New Testament in 2014. The New Testament has reached families, churches, and communities through written and audio formats, as well as a Scripture app. They come together to learn more about God – young and old, in villages and on their farms – looking to Scripture for guidance to resolve issues and uncertainties. 

Church leaders look forward to the completion of the Komba Old Testament. A full Bible translation will help the Komba understand the scope of God’s plan, from Creation to the fulfillment of the Messianic prophecies. 


Draft Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Song of Solomon.

Consultant check 2 Chronicles, Hosea, Joel, Amos and Obadiah.


Written and audio Scripture effectively meets the need to reach people in a variety of locales and life circumstances.

People look for Biblical solutions to problems and issues.


Pray for good health and reduced stress for translation team members.

Give thanks for the progress so far and the enthusiasm the team has for the work.

Pray that the Komba people will continue to look to God's Word to guide their daily lives.

God’s Word is already impacting the Komba community through the New Testament. Pastors and church leaders are now eagerly waiting for the Old Testament to be completed so their people can learn the full story of God’s plan for His people. 

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