Serving in Cameroon
Dan and Melody are CBM Strategic Associates who work with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Cameroon. They are leading an 10 language cluster project In the Ndop Plain, Northwest Cameroon. The project is targeting 10 languages for New Testament translation. These languages had no alphabets or any form of writing on their arrival in 2000. They have been working with a team of missionaries and nationals to develop literacy programs and translate the New Testament into each local language. The first New Testament will be dedicated in 2018. Dan is from Bramalea, Ontario, while Melody grew up in Campbellton, New Brunswick.
Dan was Atlantic Regional Director of Christian Service Brigade for four years and Melody was involved in church music ministry for seven years. Dan served as pastor in New Brunswick for six years before entering international service.
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Dan and Melody are CBM Strategic Associates who work with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Cameroon. Along with a team of missionaries and nationals, they are working towards translating the New Testament into 10 languages and developing literacy programs in the Ndop Plain, Northwest Cameroon. Currently, Cameroonian colleagues have formed a Cluster Service Team, who are taking on more responsibility in leading and managing the translation project. Please pray for wisdom and perseverance as everyone transitions into new roles. Please pray for the Cluster Service Team as they continue to work in the midst of the Anglophone
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Please uphold in prayer the important work of Strategic Associates Dan and Melody Grove and their Bible translation team as they start the final read-through of the entire New Testament in Bambalang. Praise God for this vital project that has been in progress for several years and all the men and women who have contributed their time and expertise to it. Pray for God's guidance and help in the process, the health and safety for all involved and opportunities for people to hear God's word in their own language for the first time. Meet the Groves