"Bruce Smith, President and CEO of Wycliffe Associates, explains that the country is wedged in between Nigeria and the Central African Republic. “The borders of these countries are somewhat porous. This is the situation that Cameroon is starting to experience: they’re being impacted from the West from the Boko Haram terrorism, and they’re being impacted by the East from the Seleka rebels and things like that in the CAR.”
"Violence from both insurgencies is disruptive, but rather than stopping Gospel workers, it’s spurring them to greater action. Smith explains that because so many people are facing their mortality, there’s an increased appetite for Truth.
"The national translation team remains focused on one thing: “We’ve got to act now to get God’s Word to our people so that these outside pressures don’t overcome us...'”