Accelerating Church Planting - 2016 Launch

Celebrating The Launch of 12 Translations

Pamela Rath 2016, Bible Translation, News

Our goal is to not only translate the Bible in all of the Mother Tongue Language Group, but also to focus on discipling all language groups. This involves three phases – Scripture Translation, Scripture Distribution, and Scripture Engagement. We had a memorable dedication service for New Testament in 12 unreached languages in North West India on 23rd March, 2016. This is the …

Stories Of The Dogri Bible Translation Community

Pamela Rath 2016, Bible Translation

Story of Pastor Tom Pastor Tom is coordinating our ministry in the state of Jammu & Kashmir. Born as a missionary kid, he grew up in the state as a son of the soil. As a young boy, the Lord called him to ministry. After completing his theological studies, he joined our team in 1997. Within three years, he took the …

The Story of A Mother Tongue Translator

Pamela Rath 2016, Bible Translation, Stories

Translation: Kulvi Outer Seraji The translator of the mother tongue is Br. Simm*. Br. Simm is fully committed to the translation of the Bible into Outer Seraji language, and is persistently working to bring it to completion. Br. Simm joined FOA (Friends of Agape) in 2008 after having surrendered himself to Lord and His ministry. After finishing his Bible studies Br. Simm joined …

“Thank You For Your Prayers!” – Mandeali Community

Pamela Rath 2016, Bible Translation, Stories

Pastor Ron* reports from the Mandeali Language Group : “I am from the Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh. After my theological studies, I have been working as a Pastor among the Mandeali speaking community which has about 900,000 speakers. Even though there are many churches and pastors working in the area, we did not have any scriptures available in our heart …

Testimonies From Dogri Believers

Pamela Rath 2016, Bible Translation

James –  “My name is James, I am 45 years old and I live in the village of Basoli in Kathua district in Jammu & Kashmir. I come from the Surera people group. I had a disease in which I was unable to walk normally. I have one son and one daughter, and due to my illness I was unable to …