Nearly done

The New Testament translation for the North Wahgi people of Papua New Guinea is nearly done.

Levi and Robyn Lenz and Daniel and Rachel Hulley minister among the North Wahgi people of Papua New Guinea. A few months ago, they submitted the North Wahgi New Testament to the team at the Ethnos360 home office in Sanford, Florida, who work on the typesetting process. This process has now been completed, and the North Wahgi team have received proofs of what the printed text will look like! The task before them now is to check over each proof to make sure that everything is how they want it before they send it to the printer. This is a very exciting time for them as they are moving ever closer to getting the New Testament into the hands of the North Wahgi people.”

If you would like to donate toward the New Testament production cost, please visit and specify “North Wahgi translation” in the other section of the destination box.