On Friday I finished "In Search of the Source: A First Encounter with God's Word" by Neil Anderson and Hyatt Moore. It was an excellent read and an incredible story of translating the bible into a language for a people group in Papua New Guinea, the Folopa, which had no recorded language. It's one thing to translate the bible into a language which has no bible. It's another thing altogether to translate it into a language that is spoken only! These Wycliffe Bible Translators had to first learn, then record into a written form, and then teach the people how to read in their own language and then translate the bible. What an incredible story of the eagerness and hunger to learn and understand God's words as recorded in the bible!