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Afaan Oromo…………………..(Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia. Also known as Oromo)

Afrikaans………………………..(South Africa and Namibia)

Albanian ………………………..(Albania, Kosovo, Italy, Macedonia, Montenego, Romania, Serbia)

Amharic………………………….(Ethiopia) 

Arabic…………………………….(Middle East and North Africa)

Banjara…………………………..(India)

Bemba……………………………(Zambia)

Bengali…………………………..(Bangladesh and India)

Bengali Musselmani………..(Bangladesh)

Bislama………………………….(Vanuatu)

Bukusu…………………………..(Kenya)

Bulgarian……………………….(Bulgaria, Macedonia, Greece, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Albania, Kosovo)

Burmese………………………..(Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore)

Cambodian…………………….(Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand)

Cebuano………………………..(Philippines)

Chichewa………………………(Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe)

Chinese (simplified)………..(Mainland China, Singapore, Malaysia)

Chinese (traditional)……….(Republic of China [Taiwan], Hong Kong and Macau)

Creole, Haitian………………..(Haiti)

Creole, Portuguese…………(Guinea-Bissau West Africa and Senegal)

Czech……………………………..(Czech Republic)

Danish…………………………..(Denmark, Faroe Islands, Greenland and Germany)

Danish – Smil………………….(page one is humorous one-liners, page two is the gospel)

Dutch…………………………….(Aruba, Belgium, Benelux, Netherlands, and Suriname)

Dutch-Glimlachen………….(page one is humorous one-liners, page two is the gospel)

Dzongkha………………………(Official language of Bhutan)

Efik……………………………….(Nigeria)

Ekegusii…………………………(Western Kenya Also known as Gusii or Kisii.)

English…………………..………….(“Who is Jesus?” – Smartphone format)

English………………………….(includes “Who is Jesus?”)

English Traditional…………(includes “Who is Jesus?”)

English Smiles……………….(page one is humorous one-liners, page two is the gospel)

English Smiles……………….(student version)

English – Smiles……………..(includes anime picture of Jesus)

English………………………….(“Who is Jesus?” and “Women and Children in Jesus’ Life”)

Espanol – Sonrie

Espanol – Sonrie…………….(version para estudiante)

Ewe………………………………(Togo and Ghana Also known as Awona.)

Falam Chin……………………(Myanmar, India, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand)

Fante…………………………….(Ghana)

Farsi……………………………..(Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan Also known as Persian)

Finnish………………………….(Finland, Estonia, Norway and Sweden)

French……………………………(France, Canada and West Africa)

Ga…………………………………(Ghana)

German…………………………(Germany, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland)

German – Lachen……………(Page one is humorous one-liners, page two is the gospel)

German – Lachen……………(student version)

Greek…………………………….(Albania, Cyprus, Greece)

Gurune………………………….(Ghana)

Haitian Creole………………..(Haiti)

Hausa……………………………(Northern Nigeria. Widely used in West Africa)

Hebrew………………………….(Israel)

Hindi…………………………….(India and Fiji)

Hmong…………………………..(China, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, USA and French Guiana)

Hungarian……………………..(Hungary)

Igbo………………………………(Nigeria, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon)

Indonesian…………………….(Indonesia)

Italian…………………………….(Italy, Switzerland, Croatia, Slovenia, San Marino and Malta)

Japanese………………………..(Japan)

Javanese………………………..(Indonesia, Malaysia, Suriname and New Caledonia)

Kalenjin…………………………(Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda)

Khmer…………………………..(Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand)

Kikamba……………………….(Kenya)

Kikuyu………………………….(Kenya)

Kinyarwanda………………..(Rwanda, Uganda, Democratic Republic of the Congo)

Kirundi………………………(Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, Dem ROC)

Kiswahili……………………….(East Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo)

Korean………………………….(North and South Korea)

Korean Smiles……………….(North and South Korea)

Koya……………………………..(India)

Kreol Seselwa………………..(Seychelles)

Krobo……………………………(Ghana)

Kusaal…………………………..(Ghana)

Lango…………………………..(Uganda)

Lao………………………………(Laos)

Latvian…………………………(Latvia)

Lebanese……………………….(Lebanon)

Luganda………………………..(Uganda. Also known as Ganda)

Luo……………………………….(Kenya and Tanzania)

Lusoga………………………….(Uganda)

Luvale…………………………..(Angola, Zambia)

Macedonian…………………..(Macedonia, Albania, Greece, Serbia)

Malay……………………………(Malaysia and Brunei, Singapore, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Suriname)

Malayalam…………………….(India)

Marathi…………………………(India)

Mongolian……………………..(Mongolia)

Nepalese………………………..(Nepal, Bhutan, India, Myanmar and Tibet)

Ngawn Chin……………………(Myanmar, India, Malaysia and Thailand)

Norwegian……………………..(Norway)

Oromo…………………………..(Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia. Also known as Afaan Oromo)

Pashto……………………………(Afghanistan, Pakistan)

Polish…………………………….(Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania and Ukraine)

Portuguese…………………….(Portugal, Angola, Brazil, and Mozambique)

Portuguese – Sorrisos……..(Page one is humorous one-liners, page two is the gospel)

Portuguese Creole…………..(Guinea-Bissau West Africa and Senegal)

Punjabi………………………….(Pakistan, in Shahmukhi script)

Punjabi………………………….(India, Gurmukhi script)

Romanian………………………(Romania and Moldova)

Runyankole…………………….(Uganda)

Russian………………………….(Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan)

Rwanda………………………….(Rwanda, Uganda, Democratic Republic of the Congo)

Saraiki……………………………(Central Pakistan)

Serbian…………………………..(Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro)

Seselwa………………………….(Seychelles)

Setswana……………………….(Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe)

Sgaw Karen……………………(Myanmar and Thailand)

Shona……………………………(Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Zambia)

Sinhala………………………….(Sri Lanka)

Sisaala…………………………..(Ghana)

Slovak…………………………..(Slovakia)

Somali……………………………(Somalia, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Yemen)

Spanish………………………….(Central and South America, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Spain)

Spanish-Sonrie………………(Page one is humorous one-liners, page two is the gospel)

Spanish-Sonrie ……………..(student version)

Swahili………………………….(East Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo)

Swedish………………………..(Sweden and Finland)

Tagalog………………………..(Republic of the Philippines)

Tamil……………………………(India, Sri Lanka, Singapore)

Telugu………………………….(India)

Thai……………………………..(Thailand)

Tibetan…………………………(Tibetan region, China, India, Nepal, Bhutan)

Tigrinya………………………..(Eritrea and Ethiopia)

Tshiluba……………………….(Democratic Republic of the Congo)

Tswana………………………..(Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe)

Turkish………………………..(Turkey and Cyprus)

Twi, Akuapem………………(Ghana West Africa)

Twi, Asante………………….(Ghana West Africa)

Ukrainian……………………..(Ukraine and Moldova)

Urdu……………………………(Pakistan)

Uzbek………………………….(Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Russia, China)

Vietnamese………………….(Vietnam)

Yoruba………………………..(Nigeria, Benin and Togo)

Zomi……………………………(Bangladesh, India and Myanmar)

Zulu…………………………….(South Africa, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Malawi, Swaziland)

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