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Saturday, December 23, 2006

early Christmas present

Netavovehone Ma'heo'o! (Let's praise God!) Yesterday I completed work on the manuscript for the Cheyenne Bible translation. I submitted the files to the printer. If you would like to see what the new book looks like and even download a free electronic copy (or purchase the book if you wish), go to this Internet webpage:

Next we will check an evaluation copy which will arrive next week. Then we will order several hundred copies for the dedication on the reservation Jan. 28.

Progress on the audio packages of the Cheyenne translation is also going well. The mission that is producing them sent us an examination copy and it looks very nice. There are 11 CDs to cover all of the Cheyenne translation.

What a great Christmas present! I don't mind getting it a few days early!


At Sat Dec 23, 10:55:00 AM, Blogger Molly said...

CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

At Sat Dec 23, 01:09:00 PM, Blogger Michael Sly said...

Congratulations Wayne! Its not only a present for you, but one that you have given to the Cheyenne as well. Merry Christmas!

At Sat Dec 23, 02:07:00 PM, Blogger codepoke said...

WooHoo! Well done, Wayne!

At Sat Dec 23, 04:13:00 PM, Blogger exegete77 said...

Congrats, and blessings on a job well done.

At Mon Dec 25, 01:10:00 PM, Blogger Tim Chesterton said...

Congratulations, Wayne. My very limited knowledge of central Arctic Inuktitut has given me a real admiration for translators. May it be a blessing not only to the Cheyenne people but also to you.


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