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I Once Thought I Could Never Know God. Now I Translate Bibles so That Others Can Know Him Too

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According to Romans 12:6, God has given us different gifts. The gift that God has given to me is to serve Him and others through my language skills. I was born and raised on a very remote island in the South China Sea. My mother tongue is a dialect which is only spoken in that region. I had to learn Mandarin, the national language, at school. At the age of 12, I was chosen to go to a junior high …

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‘Cuba For Christ!’ A First-Hand Account of God on the Move in Cuba

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Standing on a narrow street in Cuba’s second largest city, my cameraman, our translator and I are shielded from the wicked, late morning sun by a row of colorful, weather-beaten buildings that look like something straight out of the 1950s. Even though this is December, it’s close to 90 degrees and the humidity has to be approaching 100 percent. My shirt is soaked through with perspiration and I can feel the sweat running down my neck and back. But the pastor I’m talking with doesn’t seem to mind or even notice the heat. He has come to Santiago from a small, rural church about three hours away and is excitedly telling me about his nation, his people, and their hunger for God’s Word.

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Bringing More of God’s Word to East Asia Pacific

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Biblica, The International Bible Society is restructuring its ministry in the East Asia Pacific region. Colorado Springs, CO: Biblica Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Carl Moeller, Biblica Chief Ministry Officer, Stephen Cave, and Biblica East Asia Pacific Area Executive Director, Richard Loh, announced the restructuring of Biblica’s East Asia Pacific Region beginning October 1, 2016. The initial phase of the restructure resulted from the intention of long-time Regional Director, Bishop Leo Alconga, to retire from ministry. Bishop Alconga retires after serving …