Project Profile

North Malaita NT-IG Cluster

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The Baeggu, Baelelea and Fataleka people of the Solomon Islands live on the northern end of Malaita Island. Christian workers first arrived in Malaita in the early 1900s. Today, most people consider themselves Christians, but many are still heavily influenced by an animistic worldview. The New Testament in their mother tongue will help believers to understand who God is and what Christ did, so they can stand strong against false teaching.

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  • Mar14

    North Malaita people of the Solomon Islands

    If anyone asks about Titus, say that he is my partner who works with me to help you. And these brothers are representative of the churches. They are splendid examples of those who bring glory to Christ. (2 Corinthians 8:23 NLT)

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  • Feb01

    North Malaita Cluster Project

    The Baegu, Baelelea and Fataleka people live on the northern end of Malaita Island. Christian missionaries first arrived in Malaita in the early 1900s. Today, most people here consider themselves Christians, but many are still heavily influenced by an animistic worldview. The New Testament in their mother tongue will help believers to understand who God is, and what Christ did, so they can stand strong against false teaching. The project goal is to translate the New Testament in Baegu and Baelelea, and the Gospels in Fataleka.  

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