Yembiyembi People Group News


What kind of people translate the Bible? Why do they do it? Could you join the team as a Bible translator? The answers may surprise you.

Many visitors joined Yembiyembi believers and missionaries for their Bible dedication.

Tim Shontere needed to complete proofreading of the whole book in Yembi Yembi as quickly as possible, so it can get into the hands of the people.

Missionaries and Yembiyembi believers are rejoicing together in God's faithfulness.

Persecution tempered many who are now godly leaders among the Yembiyembi people.

"I think you have fed me lies, Papa..."

Robert wasn’t afraid then and he isn’t afraid now.

No one had to tell Pafi that he was a sinner...

The tightly woven walls blocked out the pale moonlight...

The baptism service quickly erupted into violence...

God is at work in the Yembiyembi church in the midst of hardship and trials.

The house was almost complete...

Yembiyembi believers make a journey to a neighbouring island to support Bible-teaching that has begun there.

For Brooks and Nina Buser, that means returning to a remote Yembiyembi village.

Robert wasn’t afraid then and he isn’t afraid now.

No one had to tell Pafi that he was a sinner...

Yembiyembi Bible teachers countered rumors and stories after the believer died.

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