THE MAKHUA SHIRIMA
PEOPLE OF MOZAMBIQUE, AFRICA

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Dr Gerard Olivier is translating the Bible into Makhua Shirima, the language of the Makhua people group of northern Mozambique. In this April 2015 television interview, Gerard explains the history and progress of the translation project to Larry Burd of WBPH.

The Bible will be the first book in their mother tongue in their history of 1500 years. The Bible translation is one component of a comprehensive, multi-sectoral development project centered at the Muapula Mission Station. The project is lead by Reverent Frits van der Merwe.







A very simple but beautiful song by Lodriques:
Children, run, run to the Lord Jesus, Run!:
 
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