Psalm 96:5, 7-9 For all the gods of the peoples are worthless idols, but the LORD made the heavens….Ascribe to the LORD, O families of the peoples, ascribe to the LORD glory and strength!Ascribe to the LORD the glory due his name; bring an offering, and come into his courts!Worship the LORD in the splendor of holiness;tremble before him, all the earth!
Join us in praying that even now the people of Cameroon will grow disillusioned with their idols and would see them as man-made, worthless, impotent, and an abomination before the true God. Pray that they instead would instead tremble before the one true God.
Author: David M. Hare
Dave is currently still engaged in language learning and analysis of the Kwakúm language. His focus is grammar and discourse analysis. The Kwakúm language committee is planning to begin translating the Bible in the summer of 2019. At that point Dave will focus on translation.
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Dave and Stacey Hare met at The Master’s College (now The Master’s University) in Santa Clarita, CA. They then went on to the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY where they each received their MDivs. Also in Louisville, they adopted four kids from Ethiopia. Their first term on the field they spent learning French and Kwakum. For their first home assignment they each received a Master of Arts in Applied Linguistics, Bible Translation from the Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics (now Dallas International University). They currently live in Cameroon, Africa where they serve as Linguists/Bible Translators among the Kwakum (aka Bakoum) people.