Representatives of Dusun-speaking churches attended the recent dedication of the revised Dusun Bible. Dusun is one of the main indigenous languages in the province of Sabah, northern Borneo. The first edition of the Bible in this language was launched in 1990. In response to feedback from Dusun pastors, the Bible Society of Malaysia implemented some revisions. The outcome of this revision work was dedicated at the Borneo Evangelical Church in Likas, Kota Kinabalu, in July at a service held in conjunction with the Borneo Evangelical Church Conference on Evangelism and Mission. Many local Christians will have an opportunity to obtain their own copy of the revised Dusun Bible when leaders visit Dusun-speaking churches in smaller towns around Kota Kinabalu. (United Bible Societies)