This is the 30th ministry project in Alaska built by the Samaritan’s Purse, an evangelical Christian relief organization based in the Lower 48 that leads construction projects in more than 100 countries.
People learning Yup’ik now have another way to practice. A new Yup’ik language app aims to help them develop their skills outside the classroom. The goal is to revitalize the language in Bristol Bay.
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