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Published on 16 March, 2005

Last tribe in Panama to hear the Gospel in their own language will soon begin Bible lessons.

Panama (MNN) — It’s an exciting time for Bible translation in the country of Panama.

New Tribes Mission will soon begin Bible teachings among the Naso people group, the last tribe in Panama to hear the Gospel in their own language. New Tribes missionaries are preparing the lessons and translating Scripture for the teaching sessions that will begin in April.

New Tribes has been working in Panama for many years to bring the Gospel in the languages of Panama’s seven indigenous peoples. It’s quite a celebration that the translation work is completing and training is happening to raise up Christian leaders from within the tribes.

Pray that the Naso people will clearly understand God’s Word as it’s taught to them and that an indigenous church will grow up among them.

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  • Primary Language: Spanish
  • Primary Religion: Christianity
  • Evangelical: 19.3%
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