Mark Lowenstein and Frank Kollman with Pioneer Bible Translators: Working to Provide God's Word to the World's Largest Unreached People Group
Today's episode of Kingdom Culture Conversations may very well be unlike any other podcast episode that you have ever heard. Why? Because one of our two guests cannot hear.
When he was just two-years-old, Mark Lowenstein lost his hearing in a bout with spinal meningitis. As a result, he grew up a stranger in a hearing world. But, as the product of a deaf pastor that worked to engage him, Mark found the Lord and eventually, courageously came to realize that God was calling him to lead Pioneer Bible Translator's momentous effort to translate the entire Bible for the world's largest unreached people group: the 70 million deaf people around the world. Tragically, of this huge number, only 20% can read and write and only 2% have ever even "heard" the Good News of Jesus.
We are also joined by Frank Kollman, also of Pioneer Bible Translators, who is a champion of deaf ministry and Christian education. Frank works to translate today's compelling conversation with Mark.
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