Monday, 10 October 2016 10:05
Workshops Using Pioneering Rapid-Translation Method ORLANDO, Florida, October 10, 2016 | TruthPR.com | —Wycliffe Associates, an international organization involving people in the acceleration of Bible translation anticipates that in 2017, it will reach 1,000 new Bible translation workshops using their pioneering method of Bible translation known as MAST (Mobilized Assistance Supporting Translation). MAST is a collaborative rapid-translation system in which groups of mother-tongue translators work in parallel to translate books of the Bible while maintaining the highest levels of accuracy and quality. “The whole translation strategy is based on learning principles that have been tested and proven over a long period of time in a wide range of educational settings,” says Bruce Smith, president and CEO of Wycliffe Associates. New language translations are launched through a MAST workshop, a training program facilitated by Wycliffe Associates, which brings together mother tongue translators, church checkers, and language consultants to work on a new-language Bible translation at the same time. The result is a significant savings in translation time, often reducing a years-long process to a matter of months or weeks. Using traditional methods, a translation of the New Testament can take 25 to 30 years to complete. In late 2014, Wycliffe Associates piloted a MAST workshop with mother-tongue translators in a nation where Christians suffer ongoing persecution by members of the majority religion. Thirteen translators were divided into teams of three or four, and each team was assigned one of the four Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, or John. Every team member was then assigned a portion of that book to translate. Working 12-hour days, each translator completed approximately 34 verses each day, drafting during the mornings and using a five-step process to quality check the verses in the afternoons and evenings. By the end of two weeks, the translators had completed the drafting and checking process for Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and 1 and 2 Timothy—approximately 48 percent of the New Testament—with no decrease to high quality standards of the translation. At the request of Wycliffe Associates, translation experts checked the MAST translators’ work and confirmed the accuracy of the team’s translation. Dr. John Luton, who has participated in checking the work of numerous translation projects around the world says, “The work produced through MAST methodology is excellent. It compares very favorably with texts produced through other methods.” So far this year, 314 new translation projects have been started using MAST, and MAST teams have completed the entire New Testament in 58 languages, with 100 more translations nearing completion. “Our breakthrough MAST strategy is accelerating Bible translation beyond anything we could have imagined, even a couple of years ago,” says Smith. “It is not Westerners doing the translation work in remote areas—it’s nationals being equipped to translate God’s Word themselves.” ### Request an Interview with Donn Hallman About Wycliffe AssociatesOrganized in 1967 by friends of Bible translators, Wycliffe Associates empowers national Bible translators to provide God’s Word in their own language, partners with the local church to direct and guard translation work, harnessing their passion and desire for God’s Word, and engages people from all around the world to provide resources, technology, training, and support for Bible translation. Because millions of people around the world still wait to read the Scriptures in the language of their heart, Wycliffe Associates is working as quickly as it can to see every verse of God’s Word translated into every tongue to speak to every heart. Last year, 6,279 Wycliffe Associates staff and volunteers worked to speed Bible translations in 75 countries.
Saturday, 08 October 2016 12:04
PORTSMOUTH, VA, October 8, 2016 | TruthPR | – Mercy Chefs, a Hampton Roads based non-profit, disaster relief and humanitarian aid organization departs Saturday morning for Haiti. Their team will deliver clean water solutions to the areas of Les Cayes and Miragoane for survivors of Hurricane Matthew. Mercy Chefs’ Founder and President, Gary LeBlanc says, “One of the first key issues survivors will face is water contamination. It is crucial that we get clean water into their hands as quickly as possible to prevent disease and dehydration, which compound the risk of death following a disaster.” This weekend, to meet that need, Mercy Chefs will install a water filtration unit capable of providing 120 gallons of potable water per hour – enough for 5,000 people daily. In addition, they will pass out 250 individual water purification straws. Each straw will provide one person with up to six months of clean drinking water. The organization has already identified another location in Cap Haitien, Haiti which is in need of an even larger unit. Their team plans to return within the month to deliver and install a permanent water purification system there, which will provide 40,000 people with access to potable water. For more information on Mercy Chefs, please visit www.mercychefs.com ### ABOUT MERCY CHEFS:Mercy Chefs is a 501c3 founded in 2006 in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The organization exists to provide professionally prepared, restaurant quality meals to victims, volunteers and first responders in natural disasters and national emergencies and partners with existing ministries with food service in underserved communities around the country. Since its founding, Mercy Chefs has served over one million meals, and in 2015 they received both the Virginia. Governor’s Volunteerism Award and the Hampton Roads Volunteer Achievement Award for their service. Request an Interview with Founder and President, Gary LeBlanc.
Friday, 16 September 2016 19:56
Audio Download for Radio Sisters of Compassion deliver gifts—and hope—to remote villagers in India Widows now have decent roofing; Children can now learn with good school supplies The children of a remote village in northeast India now have school supplies, thanks to gifts delivered by Gospel for Asia-supported Sisters of Compassion. The supplies will help them learn in the tutoring center the sisters established this year. WILLS POINT, Tex, September 15, 2016 | TruthPR.com | —Gospel for Asia-supported Sisters of Compassion recently delivered gifts to improve the lives of children and poor widows in a remote village in northeastern India. The Sisters of Compassion are specialized women workers trained to minister to the poor. The items they supplied included school supplies for the children and tin roofing material to protect the widows from the elements. The villagers welcomed the arrival of the gifts in a celebratory meeting that included guest speakers and people from the surrounding areas. The children displayed their new supplies and were reminded that God loves and cares for them. “It’s amazing how much even simple gifts can improve people’s lives,” said Dr. K.P. Yohannan, founder and president of Gospel for Asia. “These villagers live far from the cities and markets, so they have to struggle to survive. We’re grateful to have had a part in helping them attain a better future.” The villagers depend on jhum cultivation to grow their own food—a process that involves clearing the land of vegetation to plant crops. They have few other source of income. The Sisters of Compassion began serving the villagers in February 2016. Among their other projects, they founded a tutoring center to educate the children. But until now the children were lacking in basic supplies such as notebooks, pens, pencils and erasers. The Sisters also provided geometry boxes for the children to help them learn mathematical skills. These kits typically include compasses, dividers, rulers, and other tools. To the children, they represent opportunity—which was scarce before these gifts arrived. “I never thought that I would own a geometry box,” said Pritimala, a fifth-grade student. “This is very useful for my math class. I did not even tell my parents to buy a geometry box because I knew they have no money.” The roofing material will provide protection for villagers during the rainy season, which can be life-threatening in this part of India. The widows especially appreciate receiving this material that will allow them now to live in safety and comfort. “I cannot explain how happy I am by getting tin sheets,” said Kartarung, one of the widows. “Each year I and my sons used to work hard to replace the portion of the thatch where water drips during the rainy season. Now we can replace the thatch roof with tin sheets, and I am very excited for the gift. We can get sound sleep, even in rainy season.” This is just one of the long-term improvements Sisters of Compassion expect to bring to the people of the remote village. “God loves these people so much,” said Dr. Yohannan, “and we want them to know that. Let’s pray that these expressions of God’s love will make a lasting impact on their hearts.” More information is available atwww.gfa.org. ### GOSPEL FOR ASIA has – for more than 30 years – provided humanitarian assistance and spiritual hope to millions across Asia, especially among those who have yet to hear the Good News. Last year, this included more than 75,000 sponsored children, free medical services for more than 180,000 people, 6,000 wells drilled, 11,000 water filters installed, Christmas presents for more than 400,000 needy families, and spiritual teaching available in 110 languages in 14 nations through radio ministry. To schedule an interview with a Gospel for Asia representative, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, 15 September 2016 14:07
Audio Download for Radio IDU Celebrates Success of 2016 Initiative; Prepares for Further Impact on Pentecost Sunday June 4, 2017 Wayne Pederson, chairman for the International Day of the Unreached, which is set for Pentecost Sunday, June 4, 2017.COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., September 15, 2016 | TruthPR.com | – The Alliance for the Unreached has announced that effective Sept. 1, Wayne Pederson assumed the role of chairman for the second annual International Day for the Unreached (IDU), which is set for Pentecost Sunday, June 4. The alliance is composed of founding members Reach Beyond, Bibles For The World, Wycliffe Bible Translators, Operation Mobilization and Missio Nexus. Pederson accepted the role as a natural extension of his time as president of Reach Beyond. He recently retired from that position so he and his wife, Willi, could spend more time with family while broadening their ministry influence as lead ambassadors for Reach Beyond and IDU and serving on ministry boards. “For eight years I was blessed to serve in a ministry focused on reaching the unreached,” said Pederson. “Now I get the blessing of extending that focus as the chairman of the 2017 event. As Willi and I enter our ‘fourth quarter’ of ministry, I can’t think of a better way to invest our time than serving ministries we love and raising awareness of the plight of those who have never had a chance to hear the gospel.” The purpose of IDU is to educate and inspire North American Christians to increase their passion and efforts to reach the more than 6,000 people groups worldwide in which the population is no more than 2 percent Christian. “Wayne is the perfect ambassador for this event. He understands the issues in the U.S. and around the world,” said Steve Johnson, president of the IDU Alliance Steering Committee. “We’re seeing less and less emphasis placed on the Great Commission in many churches. The alliance came together around one cause—to reignite a passion in the hearts of believers to reach the lost, locally and globally. We’re trying to drive a stake in the ground to say, ‘The time is now.’ We have the technology. We have the resources. We have the means. Now we just need the commitment to get the job done.” The Alliance encourages pastors, lay leaders and churches across North America to commemorate the day by preaching on the subject of the unreached, passing out materials, viewing videos, conducting awareness campaigns, praying and advocating for the cause through social media. “So many people advocate for countless causes, and most of them are good,” said Pederson. “But the fact is, when you consider that there are over 2 billion people who haven’t ever heard the message of Jesus and that about 70,000 people die each day without that opportunity, it gives me a great burden and sense of urgency. The International Day for the Unreached is all about moving people from concern to action.” The inaugural event on May 15, 2016, garnered support from such noted Christian leaders as Rick Warren, (senior pastor of Saddleback Church), Paul Eschleman (director of the Jesus Film Project), George Verwer (founder of Operation Mobilization) and Marv Newell (executive vice president of Missio Nexus). ### To Request an Interview with Wayne Pederson, Click here. The International Day for the Unreached was first conceived in 2015 and launched on Pentecost Sunday, May 15, 2016. The founding members of IDU were Reach Beyond, Bibles For The World, The Seed Company, Operation Mobilization and Missio Nexus. Wycliffe Bible Translators joined the founding members in early 2016. The event occurs annually on Pentecost Sunday in honor of the day when the Holy Spirit equipped believers to take the gospel message around the world. In 2017, IDU will be on June 4 -- Pentecost Sunday. More information is available at www.dayfortheunreached.org.
Friday, 09 September 2016 11:06
Ministry releases group rates for Sharing Hope in Crisis Student Training CHARLOTTE, N.C., September 9, 2016 / TruthPR.com / – Many young people today are broken-hearted and face painful challenges in life. In response to this need, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) has placed a focus on equipping youth to share hope with their friends and peers who are suffering through a personal crisis. To reach as many students as possible, the BGEA has released special discounted group rates for the online Sharing Hope in Crisis Student Training course. The training includes four lessons with videos, readings, exercises and quizzes that cover content such as knowing what to say – or not to say – to someone who is going through a crisis. “For many years we have held seminars around the world, equipping Christians to appropriately share the hope of Jesus in difficult times,” said Jack Munday, international director of the Billy Graham Rapid Response Team, a crisis-chaplaincy ministry. “We realized that teenagers – particularly high-schoolers – are not immune to tragedy. From broken homes and difficult relationships, to alcohol and car accidents, there’s a great need for our young people to be prepared.” The group registration is specialized for students who may struggle to afford their own registration or may lack the time to take a course by themselves. The group training is a beneficial way for students to learn alongside each other in their already formed youth groups or Sunday school classes. “High School students would benefit greatly from the information available in Sharing Hope in Crisis, but we also understand that there are challenges when it comes to time and money. We’ve done our best to overcome those obstacles by making this as flexible as possible to fit around their home and school life,” said B.J. Rogers, assistant dean of Online Evangelism Training for the BGEA. “Additionally, we’ve incorporated the ability to have a group-designated mentor to help engage members, maintain a study schedule, and maximize learning, as well as a private discussion forum, which encourages communication and interaction between the mentor and members.” Pricing for the Sharing Hope in Crisis Student Training begins at $40 for an individual student, but can be reduced to as little as $20 per student using the discounted group rate. Visit http://billygrahamonlinetraining.org/student-shic/ for additional information and details. For more information on other online training courses provided by the BGEA, visit www.billygrahamonlinetraining.org About the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association: The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA) proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world by every effective means available. From its headquarters in Charlotte, N.C., the BGEA directs a wide range of domestic and international ministries. For more information, please visit www.billygraham.org. Get news updates on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/BGEAnews.
Wednesday, 07 September 2016 09:16
Audio Download Available for Radio Volunteers Supported by Gospel for Asia Distribute More Than 33,000 Nets on World Mosquito Day Transmitted Diseases include Dengue, Yellow Fever, Zika, Malaria Net recipients gather to hear a health-awareness program on International World Mosquito Day from Gospel for Asia-supported workers. WILLS POINT, Tex., September 7, 2016 / TruthPR.com / – Workers supported by Gospel for Asia (GFA) recently distributed some 33,000 mosquito nets to guard against insect-borne diseases, including yellow fever, malaria, dengue and Zika, to commemorate World Mosquito Day. GFA-supported workers held a variety of events to distribute the nets, including distributing 9,000 nets to students living in hostels away from their families. Each student was given two nets, one for personal use and the other to send to their families. “I am thankful for the mosquito net,” said hostel student Marcus, who is studying in 9th grade. “I am from a poor family, and there is no one to meet my needs.” In the District Medical Hospital in Odisha, an area where an estimated 400,000 are affected by malaria and other mosquito-borne sicknesses, workers distributed nets to patients. In another district, workers organized a dozen events to draw awareness to the issue and distributed 2,050 nets to impoverished families. In the tea-growing district of Assam, workers held awareness programs about disease prevention and gave away 2,000 nets to tea-garden employees. “For many days, me and my family members were suffering from malaria,” said tea worker Puran, when he received a free net. “Now, this net will protect us from this sickness.” Mosquitoes carry a number of illnesses, including yellow fever, malaria and dengue. Recently, India issued a warning about the dangers of Zika, a disease that is concentrated in Latin America now, but may spread to other continents. Netting provides some protection from the spread of diseases transmitted by mosquito bites. National World Mosquito Day commemorates the discovery in 1897 by British doctor Sir Richard Ross that mosquitoes transmit malaria. “These illnesses destroy lives and families, often leaving many victims in misery and poverty,” said K.P. Yohannan, founder and president of GFA. “We are very thankful that we can help the individuals and families in these areas. In addition to distributing these mosquito nets, we want to continue praying ask for prayers for these precious people that God would protect them and that they would be able to may live peaceful lives without worrying about these diseases.” ### Gospel for Asia has – for more than 30 years – provided humanitarian assistance and spiritual hope to millions across Asia, especially among those who have yet to hear the Good News. Last year, this included more than 75,000 sponsored children, free medical services for more than 180,000 people, 6,000 wells drilled, 11,000 water filters installed, Christmas presents for more than 400,000 needy families, and spiritual teaching available in 110 languages in 14 nations through radio ministry. For more information, go towww.gfa.org. PHOTO CUTLINE: Net recipients gather to hear a health-awareness program on International World Mosquito Day from Gospel for Asia-supported workers. To schedule an interview with a Gospel for Asia representative, contact email@example.com or call 972-300-3379.
Monday, 25 July 2016 13:45
PORTSMOUTH, VA, July 25, 2016 | Truthpr.com | – Mercy Chefs, a Virginia based non-profit, disaster and humanitarian relief organization is headed back to Baltimore this weekend to host the “Day of Hope” event in partnership with Somebody Cares Baltimore, the Baltimore Police Department and leaders from the local community. During the intense unrest that filled the city, Mercy Chefs and their team of professional chefs travelled to feed the police officers, national guard members and emergency personnel, who were working around the clock to secure and protect the city. Amidst the chaos, conversations with the police department and local ministries revolved around addressing the increasing divide between residents and law enforcement and working together to unify the city. Following their initial outreach, Mercy Chefs returned to host a Christmas dinner in the heart of Freddie Gray’s neighborhood to aid in accomplishing all that had been discussed. At the event, police officers and chaplains came out to serve Christmas dinners prepared by Mercy Chefs to members of the North Baltimore community. Unity filled the room as local community leaders, street entrepreneurs, police officers and pastors all came together to enjoy a meal, talk, laugh and embrace their common ground. This weekend, Mercy Chefs is looking forward to serving thousands of meals once again to further the growing unity between the community members and local law enforcement in Baltimore and foster an environment where new and deepening connections can be made. Mercy Chefs’ mobile kitchen will be part of the neighborhood block party complete with games for the kids, food and fun for all at Bocek Park in the North East Inner City, 3198 East Madison St. Baltimore, MD 21205. The main event will take place Saturday, July 30th from 12:30pm until 4:00pm. For more information on Mercy Chefs, please visit www.mercychefs.com ### ABOUT MERCY CHEFS: Mercy Chefs is a 501c3 founded in 2006 in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The organization exists to provide professionally prepared, restaurant quality meals to victims, volunteers and first responders in natural disasters and national emergencies and partners with existing ministries with food service in underserved communities around the country. Since its founding, Mercy Chefs has served over one million meals, and in 2015 they received both the Virginia Governor’s Volunteerism Award and the Hampton Roads Volunteer Achievement Award for their service. CONTACT MERCY CHEFS: Request an InterviewFounder and President, Gary LeBlanc is available for video and audio interviews.Phone: 877-746-9322 Ext.700 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: mercychefs.com Read 83 times
Friday, 22 July 2016 07:45
Audio Available for Download Children Taught Bible Stories, Respect, Love, Personal Discipline Children show off their Vacation Bible School books brought to them by Gospel for Asia-supported workers. WILLS POINT, Tex., July 24, 2016 / TruthPR.com / – Workers supported by Gospel for Asia (GFA) are holding 7,500 Vacation Bible Schools (VBS) across Asia this summer, teaching children important values, including respect and love for parents and friends as well as personal discipline through a variety of activities such as songs, skits and crafts. “Vacation Bible School is an inviting place for children to come during the summer,” said K.P. Yohannan, founder and international director of GFA. “There, they learn solid values through fun, educational activities, all while being taught that they are precious and loved by the God of the universe.” VBS typically begins with the support of church pastors. Each program has a theme — this year’s is “New Beginnings” — and classes are formed according to age group. VBS classes are well-organized and are conducted by people who have been given special training to teach, in collaboration with local Sunday School teachers. Typically, VBS fills entire days and are generally a week long. On the first day of the program, each child is given an age-appropriate VBS book filled with stories, games and songs. GFA-supported workers guide each program so each child’s unique gifts are highlighted through enjoyable classes, skits, puppet shows and competitions. Teachers encourage the students to continue to develop their gifts as they grow. The schools also supply snacks and juice each day provided by the church. On the last day, each child receives a VBS certificate and is given the opportunity to participate in a presentation for their parents by demonstrating the songs and dances they learned and showcasing the crafts they made. To date, more than 6,000 VBS programs have been conducted. VBS is held over several months and is on schedule to exceed program attendance of 231,713 children in 2015. ### About Gospel for Asia GOSPEL FOR ASIA has – for more than 30 years – provided humanitarian assistance and spiritual hope to millions across Asia, especially among those who have yet to hear the Good News. Last year, this included more than 75,000 sponsored children, free medical services for more than 180,000 people, 6,000 wells drilled, 11,000 water filters installed, Christmas presents for more than 400,000 needy families, and spiritual teaching available in 110 languages in 14 nations through radio ministry. To schedule an interview with a Gospel for Asia representative, call 972-300-3379 or email email@example.com.
Thursday, 07 July 2016 15:20
Audio Download for Radio Servant Boat II Delivers Food and Supplies; Crew Lays Groundwork for Schools
Monday, 20 June 2016 17:19
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Thursday, 25 February 2016 09:58
Mercy Chefs to feed first responders in Appomattox, VA and LaPlace, LA to Provide Emergency Relief PORTSMOUTH, Vir., February 25, 2016 | TruthpPR.com | – Mercy Chefs is immediately deploying to Appomattox, VA and LaPlace, LA in response to the deadly string of tornadoes that swept across the southern and east coast states Wednesday. Within the county of Appomattox, one-hundred homes were damaged and twenty destroyed. Currently over 4,000 residents and businesses are without power and water. Mercy Chefs is working in coordination with Virginia VOAD to bring relief to the victims of this tragic storm. Their Virginia based team will arrive in Appomattox tonight and will begin meal service with breakfast tomorrow. The team expects to serve five-hundred daily. Their mobile kitchen, refrigerated trailer and command center will be stationed at Evergreen Baptist Church. At the request of the Louisiana Governor's Office of Emergency Management, Mercy Chefs’ Texas based team will arrive and begin meal service in LaPlace Friday. Over two-hundred homes in the area were damaged and over 9,200 are without electricity. While power will be restored for many in the area tonight, it has been confirmed that an independent living facility in LaPlace will remain without electricity until Monday. In response, Mercy Chefs’ team of professional volunteer chefs will provide hot meal service for the facility residents, volunteer clean up crews and first responders throughout the weekend. For more information on Mercy Chefs, please visit www.mercychefs.com ABOUT MERCY CHEFS: Mercy Chefs is a 501c3 founded in 2006 in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The organization exists to provide professionally prepared, restaurant quality meals to victims, volunteers and first responders in natural disasters and national emergencies. Since its founding, Mercy Chefs has served over one million meals, and in 2015 they received both the Virginia Governor’s Volunteerism Award and the Hampton Roads Volunteer Achievement Award for their service. CONTACT MERCY CHEFS:Founder and President, Gary LeBlanc is available for video and audio interviews. Phone: 877-746-9322 Ext.700 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: mercychefs.com
Monday, 08 February 2016 19:25
Audio Available for Download and Broadcast. ARLINGTON, TX, February 9, 2016 | TruthPR.com | Can prayer help heal a nation? Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln believed in national prayer. Following this presidential practice, United Cry DC16 is inviting pastors, Christian leaders, churches and believers from across the nationwide, to gather and pray at the Lincoln Memorial on April 9th, 2016. “America’s future is in danger. The polls show, people are worried about the economy, jobs, families, terrorism, racial conflict and the attacks on biblical values,” states Lewis Hogan, Founder of United Cry DC16. “We are asking pastors to join in prayer. Only a united church can help heal a divided America.” Diverse leaders adding their voices include George Wood, Ronnie Floyd, Anne Graham Lotz, Harry Jackson, Jim Garlow, Sammy Rodriguez, and Doug Stringer. The 7-hour prayer gathering will ask God for forgiveness, blessing and spiritual awakening in America, and declare the United States is, “One Nation, Under God.” The assembly will reflect on the anniversary date of April 9, 1865, which marked the end of the Civil War. This gathering will take place on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Continuing the tradition of prayer set by President Abraham Lincoln and the healing he prescribed for a divided country, one focus of United Cry DC16 will be repentance for racial division. Invited guests include the daughter and niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Drs. Bernice and Alveda King. “There is hope for America and prayer can make a difference,” Hogan explains. “We are gathering, not to protest or complain about politics, but to honor our leaders and pastors by praying for them. We are coming with humble hearts and asking God to heal the spiritual condition of our nation.” All Christian pastors, priests, leaders, and believers are invited to join national Christian leaders to lift a United Cry together at this historic, multi-ethnic, multi–generational, gathering on April 9th, 2016, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. Raise your voice by registering FREE at UnitedCry.org. Watch the United Cry DC16 video For more information visit UnitedCry.org. To register go to Reserve Your Spot. For media interviews contact Bennett Luke at 850 293-4576, BennettLuke@msn.com To find out about speakers, resources and other activities follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. ###