Pray: Bibleless Peoples Prayer Project | Unreached language groups

5 Nov

While you may not be able to trek to the far reaches of the Phillipine jungles or send money to support a missionary in Brazil, there is still plenty you can do to help bring the Gospel to people around the world – beginning with prayer.

According to James 5:16, “The effective prayer of a righteous man can accomplish much”  (NASB),  so this week, we’re featuring Wycliffe’s “Bibleless Peoples Prayer Project”.  At present, 7,000 languages are spoken in the world, but only 400 possess an adequate translation of God’s Word.  Wycliffe’s vision is to see that changed and is committing people and resources towards the goal of ensuring that by 2025, a translation project is in progress for every language in need.  It’s a big task and it can’t be accomplished without the prayer of people like you!

At Pray: Bibleless Peoples Prayer Project | Unreached language groups, you can commit to playing a part by adopting a people/language group for which to pray.  You will be kept up to date on the progress which is being made towards the translation goal and provided with detailed prayer requests both for the native speakers and for the missionaries who are working with them.  So what are you waiting for?  Sign up and get involved today!

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One Response to “Pray: Bibleless Peoples Prayer Project | Unreached language groups”

  1. patgarcia March 20, 2012 at 03:12 #

    Hi
    Very good information.
    Ciao,
    Patricia

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