Jalunga People Group News


Becki Brust continues to serve among the Jalunga people of Senegal

Out in the African Bush Becki Brust is right in the middle of dry season, which means it is always dirty and hot!

Helping out with bookkeeping comes to a finish

The need for a book-keeper in Dakar has kept Becki busy.

The translation of John in Jalunga is done and now Penny Warner is working on Luke.

Amid abundant rain, the Jalunga people again have opportunities to hear chronological Bible lessons.

Three more young men have come to Aaron Hefner to ask to hear God’s Word, so he is sharing evangelistic Bible lessons with them. Pray that they listen attentively, understand their sin and place their faith in the Saviour.

Penny Warner and her Jalunga co-workers have completed the rough draft of 1 Thessalonians in Jalunga, and they’re now drafting 2 Thessalonians.

Please continue to pray for the six Jalunga men whom Aaron Hefner is teaching through God’s Word.

Penny Warner recently made good progress preparing to check Bible translation for the Baga Fore people, but that work and another issue held up her translation of Ephesians in Jalunga.

The translation of Romans is being checked, and Penny Warner is making good progress translating Ephesians. Thank God with us for this progress, and pray that it continues.

The translation of Romans is being checked, and Penny Warner is making good progress translating Ephesians. Thank God with us for this progress, and pray that it continues.

Penny Warner is finishing the translation of Romans and starting on Ephesians. “Pray … for wisdom and clarity in expressing the letters in Jalunga,” Penny wrote.

Aaron Hefner is currently teaching evangelistic Bible lessons to five men. Please pray that they will understand and receive God's Truth.

After receiving a negative response to the Gospel, missionaries moved out of the village. But now some want to hear more of God's Word.

Missionary Penny Warner finds some Jalungas in Mali have little or no understanding of the Gospel.

Some of the Jalunga people in Senegal rejected the Gospel message, so missionaries are seeking God's plan for the future.

A majority of a Jalunga village in Senegal didn't accept God's Word but there are still some reasons to hope.