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Mbula NT | Mbula

The Mbula people live in rural villages in northeastern Nigeria. They are increasingly affected by changes happening around them. About 50 percent claim they believe in Jesus Christ. However, because many Mbula do not understand the Hausa trade language that is used in churches, God seems quite distant. Believers here are convinced that mother tongue Scripture will transform their villages and churches and be a clear tool to share salvation with family and friends.

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  • Sep23

    Mbula of Nigeria

    About 50% of the Mbula people claim faith in Christ. However, Hausa, the trade language, is used for church. The majority of the Christians do not know that language well, so they are losing interest. As a result, a traditional cult is making a comeback in the area.

    • Thank the Lord that the Mbula team has translated nearly half the New Testament in first draft. Pray for the team as they finish drafting the challenging books of Acts and Romans.

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  • Apr17

    Mbula of Nigeria

    100,000 speakers - Project Goal: Complete NT and OT portions. About 50% of the Mbula people claim faith in Christ. However, Hausa, the trade language, is used for church. The majority of the Christians do not know that language well, so they are losing interest. As a result, a traditional cult is making a comeback in the area.

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