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Poverty, hunger, disease, fear, discrimination, suffering, and abuse are all problems that happen every day around the world.  There are many great ministries working to alleviate many of these problems, but only God’s Word can help end all of them.  The scriptures help entire cultures shift by bringing the hope of the Gospel and the truth of Jesus Christ.

Help put an end to these issues by sponsoring a bible translation through The Seed Company that will allow a people group who have no scripture to be able to hold their very own Bible.

Ayta Abellen

Over 353 million people have NO Scripture in their native language.  That is over 2,200 languages world wide.  By partnering with The Seed Company, we can be a part of making that number smaller.  The Seed Company can translate OneVerse of Scripture for just $35.

As a church, we will be sponsoring the Ayta Abellen translation in the Philippines.  The Abellen tribe of the Ayta (Aeta) number about 6,850 people and live in the regions surrounding Mount Pinatubo.  They were displaced in 1991 when the Mt. Pinatubo errupted.  They are a tribal people group and have smaller features much like the pigmies in South Africa.

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Sponsor

As a church, we will be designating a portion of our monthly offerings to help sponsor this translation.  We believe all people matter to God, even the smallest of people groups.  That’s one reason we have chosen the Ayta Abellen people.  We have chosen to sponsor a small people group since our we are a small church plant.

If you would like to individually sponsor the Ayta Abellen translation for $35 per verse, click “Sponsor Now!”

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OneVerse

One Verse is the program of The Seed Company that helps churches and individuals get involved in scripture translation with unreached people groups.  The Seed Company is a sister of Wycliffe Bible Translators.  They are focused on accelerated Bible translation and hope to have the remaining 2,200 languages without scripture completed by 2025.