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Stories from the Field: Bible Translation in Ethiopia

Ethiopia has a population of over 123 million people and 129 people groups, each with its own language and traditions. The majority religion is Ethiopian Orthodoxy, with 29% of the people groups still unreached. Come and hear Abeneazer & Jessie share about the Bible Translation efforts in Ethiopia!

Stories from the Field: Bible Translation in Ethiopia
Stories from the Field: Bible Translation in Ethiopia

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Aug 01, 2023, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM GMT+8

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About The Event

Topic: Bible Translation in Ethiopia

Speakers: Dr Abeneazer & Dr Jessica

Ethiopia is a country with a population of over 123 million people and 129 people groups, each with its own language and traditions. The majority religion is Ethiopian Orthodoxy, with 29% of the people groups in the country still unreached. Come and hear Abeneazer & Jessie’s story to learn more about Bible Translation efforts in Ethiopia!

About the speakers:

Dr Jessica Udall has served in cross-cultural ministry in Ethiopia and among refugees in the USA. She is the author of Loving the Stranger: Welcoming Immigrants in the Name of Jesus and is the author of the Loving the Stranger Blog which has the goal of "helping you build intercultural harmony one friendship at a time." She specialises in Intercultural Studies.

Dr Abeneazer Urga specialises in New Testament and Missiology and has done work exploring holistic theology, and theology from an African perspective. He is the Director of the Capacity Building Department at SIL Ethiopia.

They both teach at the Evangelical Theological College (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia) and are adjunct professors at Columbia International University (USA). They are members of SIL International and Equip International. They live in Ethiopia with their two children.

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