Translation is key for minority languages

The needs of this language community here in the U.S. show that translation is key to much more than just Scripture. Within these minority language groups of the world, translation work also impacts health, education and other social issues. Wycliffe understands that critical community development often starts in a surprising place: with Bible translation and the language development that is foundational to it.

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Translation is key for minority languages.

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