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Gospel of Luke and Ephesians: First Nations Version Paperback – May 4, 2016
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The Gospel of Luke and Ephesians has no single Author, rather it is a collaborative effort from the First Nations Version Translation Council and other reviewers. The First Nations Version translation was first envisioned by Terry M. Wildman and with the help of OneBook.ca and Wycliffe Associates has expanded into a collaborative effort that includes First Nations/Native Americans from over 25 tribes and growing. The members of our translation council are listed below with their North American tribal heritages:
Barry D. Belindo -- Kiowa/Navajo/Pawnee/Choctaw
Garland Brunoe -- Wascoe/Ojibwe
Gordon Campbell -- Kalispel/Spokane/Nez Perce
Sháńdíín Church -- Diné/Pokagon Band Potawatomi
Alvin Deer -- Kiowa/Creek
John GrosVenor -- Cherokee
Antonia Hudson -- Kiowa/Navajo/Pawnee/Choctaw
Corey Greaves -- Blackfeet/Klickitat
Bryan Jon Maciewski -- Anishinabe/Ojibwe
Dale and Charlotte Tsosie -- Diné (Navajo)
Terry M. Wildman -- Ojibwe/Yaqui
The following ministries have also given of their time to participate in this project:
Mending Wings (Corey Greaves)
Rain Ministries (Terry M. Wildman)
Other First Nations Involved: Besides the members of our council, many other First Nations people have had input into this translation as reviewers, cultural consultants, and community feedback participants.
All in all, the tribal heritages represented include, but are not limited to: Apache, Blackfeet, Cherokee, Creek, Desert Cahuilla, Cayuga, Hopi, Kalispell, Klickitat, Lakota, Mohawk, Métis, Miami, Navajo, Nez Perce, Odawa, Ojibwe, Pawnee, Plains Cree, Potawatomi, Northern Cree, Tlingit, Tohono O'odham, Western Cree, Yankton Sioux, Spokane, Wascoe and Yaqui.
Many others will also be included in the reviewing process when the opportunities are available.
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"I pray that as you trust in him, your roots will go deep into the soil of his great love, and that from these roots you will draw the strength and courage needed to walk this sacred path together with all his holy people. This path of love is higher than the stars, deeper than the great waters, and wider than the sky. Yes, this love comes from and reaches to all the directions."
I hope you enjoy the Gospel of Luke and the book of Ephesians from the First Nations Version Project.
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Praise HIS NAME that The First Nation Tribal People now have their own Bible to read and associate with understanding to know the Truths of The Gospel in fullness.
Every culture has things that are unique to them and these books of the Bible speak to the Native American in our common, every day, conversational language. However, others should be able to enjoy it just as much. If you love the Word, you will love this. If you are searching for the truth....these books will lead the way.