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Random Outages by Chris LaBoube

On Tuesday, 16 October 2012, the power went out at 5:55 a.m.  I remember that exact time, because I had started waking up and had just looked at the clock.  Shortly thereafter, the fan in my bedroom stopped (and I had not got out of bed to turn it off).   Even though...

Why Language Survey? by Rachael Nielsen

The importance of language survey in light of Bible transaltion is not always discussed.  In fact , few may know what language survey entails.  To put it simply, language survey is hands on language research.  It is a preliminary step to translation work and can show...

Coming to America by Christina Riddle

One thing that continually surprises me about teaching missionary kids in Ghana is how often I plan to teach my students about one topic but instead end up teaching about America.  Again. Our subject will be, for example, life in medieval times, and the text will say...

Desert People by John Strasen

The two languages I will be studying, Setswana and Shekgalagari, are related. They do share some vocabulary, but their grammars are quite different.  Very little is known about the early development of the Tswana and Kgalagari peoples.  From oral history we learn that...

Bible Translation by Chris Pluger

Then the king said to the attendants, “Bind him hand and foot and cast him into the outer darkness. In that place there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.” (Matthew 22:13, ESV) What do you understand by the phrase “gnashing of teeth”? Easton’s Bible Dictionary...

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