Adapted from a blog post by Wycliffe UK on October 14th
Nigeria is a huge country: it has the largest population of any country in Africa and faces challenges that include ethnic rivalry, religious persecution, a crumbling infrastructure and, in the north, the desert is expanding. Nigeria also has at least 300 languages that need Bible translation.
When faced with such an enormous task, it can be hard to know where to find the people and resources to meet the needs. One way is through Nigerians themselves becoming missionaries to Nigeria, and being supported by Nigerian churches:
At at upcoming event, you can see yours truly share a little bit about how this has made a difference to the Bible translation ministry in Nigeria
On 9th November at venues around the country Wycliffe UK will be holding Frontline Prayer Live, a dynamic and fast-paced prayer event. They will be having a special focus on Nigeria during the day and you can make a difference by joining us and praying. If you are too far from any of the official venues or not free on 9th November, why not hold an event yourself? Wycliffe can provide all the necessary prayer materials and you could be part of the team bringing the Word of God to Nigerians in their heart languages.