The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Feeding the 50,000

Thanks to Lutheran Bible Translators missionaries, Quichua Indians can read God's word in their own language

For Reinaldo Chimborazo, translating the Bible into his native Quichua language began as just a paycheck. "I came to work on the translation 10 years ago just to have a job and make some money," he says. "After a few years, it began to serve as a mirror for me. I could see myself as an Indian, my history and my culture, and see it in the light of what Scripture has to say."

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