Christians in the region face persecution and threats. Yet, small groups of believers are hungry for the Word. They seek ways to share their faith.
Neither language has a writing system. Project leaders have placed a high priority on studying the language to develop an orthography. The team will adapt Scripture engagement materials, like Christian songs or oral Bible stories, to build excitement in the community.
The Holy Spirit has been at work! Minority language communities throughout Asia are being transformed by God’s Word, literacy programs and Sunday school materials. Our prayer is that He will work in and through these two new partnerships in the same way!
In Hebrews 10, God commends His Church for standing with those who are suffering for the sake of the Gospel. In your prayers, you stand with believers in Asia. In your gifts, you support new Christ-followers. In your desire to put God’s Word in their hands, you join with the great multitude praising God for His goodness.
Join the story of God’s salvation through these new partnerships by visiting lbt.org/nola.
Emily Wilson, Editorial Management
Caleb Rodewald, Layout & Design
Sarah Lyons, Layout Assistant
The Messenger is the official quarterly periodical of Lutheran Bible Translators,
205 S. Main St, Bldg 5, PO Box 789, Concordia MO 64020.
1-660-225-0810 | www.lbt.org | info@LBT.org
Standard A Non-Profit postage paid at Aurora, Illinois. Printed in the U.S.A. Comments and inquiries are invited. Correspondence may be directed to The Messenger Editor.
©2021 Lutheran Bible Translators, Inc. Permission is granted to excerpt from this publication. Please send a copy of use of material to the editor.
Executive Director: Dr. Mike Rodewald