Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Christianity Explored to Lunch New Portuguese Translation in Brazil
With a total of 236 million speakers, Portuguese is the sixth most spoken language in the world, the third most spoken tongue in the western hemisphere and the most spoken language in the southern hemisphere.
These are four good reasons for Portuguese to be the first language into which the handbook and leader's guide of the new third edition of Christianity Explored has been translated. The DVD has been dubbed.
To celebrate this very strategic initiative, Craig Dyer, CEM’s Training Director, will launch the new translation in Brazil through a series of events taking place from 2-14 July this year.
The locations for the events are spread right across this vast country. The first, São José dos Campos, stands between Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Goiân, the second, is just south west of capital Brazilia and the final venue, Manaus, is in the heart of the Amazon basin. Read more
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 10:15 AM