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West Arnhem Land

Aug
2015

Maung Gospel of Mark—The Consultancy check is completed

Heather Hewett: It was really wonderful to come to a place in our work where Alan Canavan our Consultancy Check- er was able to say “it is completed and it is ready for printing”. It all started 5...

Aug
2015

The new kids on the block: Kunwinjku workshops

This year we have had two workshops in Jabiru. Our Kunwinjku translation team is made up of Berribob Watson: didjeridoo player for the Narbalek band and one of the most beautiful guitar players –...

Oct
2014

West Arnhem: One more Chapter

One more chapter...

West Arnhem

by Hannah Harper

During the dry season in Northern Australia, Heather Hewett returned for a...

Oct
2014

How I read my Bible

How I read my BibleALL REGIONSby Wendell Flentje

There are 3 ways that I read my bible now that I am a retired Minister and do not preach very often any more.

I take my bible to church...

Nov
2013

Coordinate Christmas Calendar

Planning for 2014

Coordinate Calendar

 

As Christmas...

May
2013

Steps in Translation

steps in translation:

DRAFTING & KEYBOARDING

By Dr Marilyn McLellan & Hannah Harper

 

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Jan
2013

A new year & a new series

The process of translating the Bible, or even one book of the Bible, is HUGE. We all know that. There are many steps to that process, and in the next few issues of CoordN8, we will introduce these...

Jul
2012

Maung Workshop in Warruwi

by Heather Hewett

Rosemary, Sandra and Nancy lead busy lives with family and work programs. Translation is a voluntary labour of love and often hard to fit into daily life. Pray that the...

Mar
2012

“It’s like a big Bible study...”

By Lindsay Parkhill, NRCC Support Worker

After the annual 'OurWord' refresher in Darwin, Berribob and Elizabeth flew to their Manmoyi homeland in the stone country South East of...

Oct
2011

Maung Translation Workshop

By Heather Hewett

It was a great privilege to spend May-June this year living on Warruwi working with Rosemary Urabadi and Sandra Makurlngu, to continue translating the book of Mark. Nancy...

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