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Speeding the Word

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Take a new adventure every 60 seconds. Speeding the Word is a daily, 60-second radio program featuring stories of how JAARS and its partners are making Bible translation possible in some of the most remote and difficult places on earth. In just one minute, you can hear inspiring testimonies, compelling stories from overseas, and intriguing ways that new technologies are accelerating Bible translation—as well as exciting opportunities for getting involved in the work of JAARS.


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Even More Mouthwatering Part I
The saga of a pastor’s heartbreak and passion for God’s Word resulting in the Keliko people of South Sudan now having access to the New Testament in their language.
Bible Translation Work in Peru
A recent gathering of all those serving numerous Quechua people groups in Peru produced new strategies and ideas for ministry and scripture engagement.
Grace Goreth Testimony
The daughter of JAARS founder and pioneer Cam Townsend shares how an aircraft accident in 1947 birthed the founding of JAARS totally by faith and how it continues in that same spirit today.

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    Mar 1st, 2018
    Latest Episode
    Dec 5th, 2019
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