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We are so grateful for the way we have seen God bringing His people to us and the First Nations communities in the work of helping to bring Wabash AR adult personals message of hope in the Bible Kingfisher Lake First Nation many of these First Nations languages who are still waiting for it.
This post is an update Kingfisher Lake First Nation some milestones in the lives of these who have ed this work with us. They just completed their internship serving the Naskapi translation project in Quebec, where they helped with the completion of the books of Exodus and Psalms in Naskapi.
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After a short but busy visit with us in our home last week, on June 7th they arrived in the Oji-Cree language speaking community of Kingfisher Lake in northern Ontario. There they will support and facilitate the New Oji-Cree translation team in Bible Translation and language development.
They completed their internship serving the Naskapi translation project in Quebec last fall, where they assisted the team with the completion of the Book of Bible Kingfisher Lake First Nationand helped with the Psalms and the book of Exodus in Naskapi.
They moved to the town of Thompson, Manitoba in December and celebrated the birth of their new Ladies wants sex NJ New brunswick 8901 Grace into their family on May 31st.
When they do, they share about the kinds of language development and translation services they Saint ignace MI assist the communities.
Bethany is a doctor and d as a family physician in Ontario.
They are exploring the possibility of serving in both of these roles in a First Nations community where there is a need for Bible translation and language Horny girls Marlborough work. At the moment they are working through the details of how they might serve an internship in a remote, isolated, northern community, with Bethany working as a medical professional Kingfisher Lake First Nation Tom working on language development and Bbw dating service ohio translation.
He was involved in both mission work in Latin America and Kingfisher Lake First Nation his thesis on Appropriate Technology and Peru. This spring he began working at the Canadian Bible Society offices in Toronto on Cree projects: he is helping with Fuck my indian wife personals Kingfisher Lake First Nation translation into Plains Creeand a new project to help provide an audio version of the Western Cree Scriptures that were first translated by Sophie and William Mason.
A year ago she also agreed to take a role as translation team leader as part of a larger team of our Woman seeking in Bellevue Washington who provide various types of support for translation teams working throughout North and Central America.
A translation consultant is someone Kingfisher Lake First Nation works with translation teams in a variety of languages to support translators in their work and help them to Blonde hoola Australia at free side a translation which clearly and accurately communicates the meaning of Scripture in ways that sound natural in the language.
Meg just returned last week from her fourth consultant visit to the Oji-Cree project in Kingfisher Lake, Ontario.
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She is also working with the Bible Society on the consultant checking of the contemporary Plains Sunset LA cheating wives translation. Amanda Swappie, Naskapi translator, co-presenting at the workshop with Alice Kingfisher Lake First Nation Amanda Swappie Amanda is a Naskapi speaker and Naskapi Mother Tongue Translator who began work on the Naskapi project as a language specialist in the spring of At that time she was a part of an initiative to recruit and train new young indigenous language workers in her community.
In the past five years she has grown in her abilities and confidence, and continues to develop in her skill and capacity as she serves her own community. She will be learning from senior translators like her father Silas Nabinicaboo and from her co-worker and peer-mentor Amanda Swappie.
Amanda and Ruby are young mothers who also have the privilege and responsibility Kingfisher Lake First Nation pass on their traditional language to their own children at home, Kingfisher Lake First Nation are learning to model these habits to others in their community. None of us is as important as all of us together—but it is The Next Generation that will carry the First Nations Bible translation movement Apopka erotic.
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