Excerpt from an article at Mission Network News

The Quechua people of Ecuador have a new tool to help in discipleship and evangelism. The tribe known for their encounters with five frontier missionaries in the 1950’s just celebrated the completion of a new translation of the New Testament.

Scott Bolinder with Biblica says while the Quechua had a Bible in their language, “They haven’t really had a translation that has been done with the kind of care that this translation provides, which would be similar to Biblica’s popular NIV translation — that kind of NIV philosophy of highest accuracy and greatest readability.”