Wycliffe Pray Today

Found out just today that Wycliffe has a prayer blog. And this particular post struck a cord with me:

Men and women from seven language groups in the Caucasus region met at a workshop near the end of 2010, to talk about how to preserve and promote their minority languages. One workshop participant said, “It is so exciting for me to be here. I could not even fall asleep during the night; I kept thinking about the fact that there are people who care about us and our language. And, there are things we can do! It is like a window opened, and I see light streaming into the dark room.”

HT: Tim Hale of Wycliffe Bible Translators

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