Each October, Bible translators from all over central and northern Mozambique gather together at a training center in Nampula. They spend an average of two weeks together attending lectures and improving their skills before returning to their homes and resuming translation.
In this photo, some of the translators take a break from lectures in the shade of a giant cashew tree.
In October 2005, the translators built models of the Jewish temple and tabernacle. In the photo below they are studying a topographic map of the holy land that they built themselves.