Loron People Group News

Paul and Marina Briggs ask for prayer for a new literacy class that has begun in another Loron village.

Paul and Marina Briggs are planning to return to West Africa this week for a two-month trip.

The new Loron literacy course is planned to be launched in a couple of weeks’ time.

Almost 70% of the Loron New Testament is now complete.

Honour thy father and thy mother.

Paul and Marina Briggs praise the Lord for the literacy workshops and seminars which took place in Senegal and Burkina Faso during August.

What's the backbone of a maturing church?

Paul and Marina Briggs are back in the UK for a few weeks.

Paul and Marina are thankful for prayer as they continue to work among the Loron people.

Presenting the Gospel in a clear and understandable way is only the beginning of the fulfilment of the Great Commission.

Loron translation project continues to make progress.

Paul and Marina Briggs praise the Lord for a safe trip back to their village in northern Ivory Coast.

Paul and Marina Briggs returned to Northern Ireland from West Africa a couple a weeks ago.

Thirty years ago, in a beautiful cove on the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri, Paul and Marina Briggs completed four years of missionary training with New Tribes Mission.

Translation work progresses among the Loron people.

Paul and Marina Briggs are now both in West Africa.

The door to missionary work in Burkina is not only open, it’s off its hinges!

Paul and Marina Briggs are currently on opposite sides of the African continent.

The Loron believers have chosen a name for their fellowship of churches.

The Loron believers take on a huge undertaking.