Here we go, a positive thread for once. Last night we had a missionary translator at our church, working on a Tibetan translation. Before the service the missions director and his wife, the missionary family, a couple of interested grad students and my wife and I all had supper together. He is working from the Greek, but is largely self-taught, so I offered the services of my son and I as translation consultants. He humbly and gladly accepted, so we'll be corresponding. You won't be able to help missionary translators in this way unless God has gifted you in this area (I know a couple of you are gifted in the original languages), but there are other things BB denizens can do. Any thoughts?