Adam and Martha Boyd and their three children have been living in Papua New Guinea since 2012, where they are working to translate the New Testament into Enga, the local language. They are now nearing completion of the project.

During the years of living among the Papua New Guineans, who generally have little or no education, they have successfully promoted literacy programs. They recently distributed 250 copies of the Gospel of Matthew for those pursuing literacy so they would have something to read! In addition, they are currently working with a team of Enga speakers to record the Enga New Testament for distribution on solar-powered audio players.

Last month, the Boyd family returned to Pittsburgh for a one year stay, where they will continue to work on printing and recording of the Enga New Testament.

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