Thursday, 3 May 2012
The Naro speaking San (Bushmen) hear the Bible for the first time in their own language.
6 Naro "readers" were used in the translation, as well as "proofing listeners" and technicians. The leader of the recording team noticed that one local member seemed to distance himself from the others. But the more he served as a "proofing listener" the more he wanted to engage in the newly recorded Word of God. He was even volunteering to work overtime and long long hours in order to get the job done. "It was contagious," said the Recording Director. Soon the whole community was involved and couldn't wait for the finished audio Bible. Please pray for the "Bushmen." Pray that their brand new Naro language Audibible™ will bring much Hope and Life in Jesus.