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Reaching Bible Translation Goals!

Please join us in praising God for these Scripture dedications that took place in December! Pray that the Scriptures will be used and result in transformed lives.

  • Lis Ma Ron New Testament, Nigeria, Dec. 11, 2021. Population: 160,000.
  • Lika New Testament, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Dec. 15, 2021. Population: 80,000.
  • Migaama New Testament, Chad, Dec. 30, 2021. Population: 70,000.

Everyone of these languages are important to God because they are important to the people who use them and need to hear the Words of their Creator.

Your support enables us to support others who have served in this task for decades!

Some of our residents enjoying a Christmas party hosted by a local church.
 
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Posted by on January 13, 2022 in Bible Translation, Wycliffe

 

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Bearing Breakfast

We often serve a breakfast to all the senior residents we serve in Waxhaw, NC each February, but due to COVID-19 restrictions, we delivered the breakfast door-to-door this year. What a sweet surprise for each person to get a hot cooked breakfast along with a card and some cookies. We are working hard to find socially acceptable ways to serve our seniors as loneliness can affect your physical health. As more and more get vaccinated, please pray we would find appropriate ways to serve them in the days ahead.

 

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A Good Report

Ken has returned home from his week in Dallas, Texas. Thank you for praying!

He had a very full schedule, meeting with people one-on-one every hour over several days. As well, he was able to take the staff out for dinner who serve at the Wycliffe Senior independent living facility in Dallas, Texas. This facility is bigger than the one Anne manages in Waxhaw. It is set up more like a hotel, with everyone living under one roof.

Ken sends out a survey to see how he and his team has done after each of these events. Here is what one person wrote:


“I’m very appreciative of the Wycliffe USA Senior Benefits Dept making the time to come for face-to-face conversations. Specifically I appreciate Ken Haugh’s commitment to quality and compassionate service. I’ve [left] knowing [my] next steps and [am] encouraged.

Ken has been in this position for less than three years. It can be stressful working with individuals because everyone’s financial situation is different from the next person. What was wonderful is that Ken felt more confident this time then ever before.

We attribute that to his hard work and yours as well. Thank you for standing with us in prayer!

 
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Posted by on October 14, 2019 in Uncategorized

 

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