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On Saturday 12 October 2013, the Oku people of NW Cameroon celebrated the New Testament in their heart language.

Over many years, churches and individuals in N. Ireland have supported this project prayerfully and financially. At Wycliffe:Live on Wednesday 16 October, we praised God with the Oku people for His Word now available in their heart language.

Retired Wycliffe colleague Bob Duff is a member of one of those supporting churches. He and Alan, another member of the same church, were at the celebration and they sent us some photos.

The crowds gather for the celebration

The crowds gather for the celebration

Church leaders prepare to dedicate the New Testament

Church leaders prepare to dedicate the New Testament

Dedicatinfg the Oku New Testament

Dedicating the Oku New Testament
The Oku New Testament

The Oku New Testament

Today Bob Duff called into the Wycliffe office in Belfast and gave us a copy of the Oku New Testament. I’m taking it with me this evening to use it in my presentation in the Presbyterian Church in Ireland Celebration of Global Mission event in 1st Cookstown Presbyterian Church.

PCI Transforming Mission

Another language group now has God’s Word in the heart language.

Hopefully we will have more to say about this event and more pictures.

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