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The Word was So Clear to Me by Portia Tema

Thanks to Kalanga Translator Portia Tema (Botswana) for submitting this quotation and the pictures related to the Kalanga New Testament and Psalms: "As the main walker during the Tsamaya village fund raising campaign I was given a gift.  When I opened it was Ndebo...

Back to Liberia, by Ed Stelling

Thirty-three years ago, in 1979,  our family left Liberia after completing our missionary assignment with Lutheran Bible Translators, working among the Kuwaa people on a Bible translation project with Rev. Richard Thompson.  He had analyzed and developed the...

Back to Liberia by Ed Stelling

Thirty-three years ago, in 1979,  our family left Liberia after completing our missionary assignment with Lutheran Bible Translators, working among the Kuwaa people on a Bible translation project with Rev. Richard Thompson.  He had analyzed and developed the...

What’s it like to be a missionary kid?

LBT recently interviewed missionary kid (MK) Sean Pluger.  Sean spent the first 9 years of his life here in the U.S.  He went to school and lived the same way most North American families do.   He moved to Zambia in August of 2011.  Sean now lives in the village of...

A picture is worth… by Emmanuel Ayetse

Mr. Dansan makes the point to ten literacy facilitators that each picture tells a story and can be used for many purposes in the classroom.  Every Literacy Lesson begins with a picture.  They are carefully chosen and every literacy facilitator must know how to talk...

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