Haitian Creole Translation Completed

By Tom Castor | September 23, 2016 |

The final edits are complete and the Haitian Creole translation of Simple Truths was posted to our site on August 22.

Haitian Creole is a French-based “mixed language” with influences of several African languages. Creole was made one of Haiti’s official languages in 1987 and is the first language of about 95 percent of Haitians. 

Simple Truths is an evangelical catechism and is now in 29 languages. Here are the first three questions and answers in Haitian Creole. Electronic copies are currently being distributed in Haiti and a print project is in the planning stages.

K.1 Ki moun ki te fè w ?
R. Bondye ki te fè m.
Jenèz 1 :26-27 ; Jenèz 2 :7 ; Tranvay 17 :26

K.2 Kisa Bondye te fè ankò ?
R. Bondye te fè tout bagay.
Jenèz 1 :31 ; Sòm 33 :69 ; Kolosyen 1 :16-17

K.3 Poukisa te fè w epi li te fè tout bagay ?
R. Bondye te fè m epi li te fè tout bagay pou pwòp glwa* li.
Sòm 19 :1 ; Ezayi 43 :7 ; 1 Korentyen 10 :31

For a complete .pdf copy, visit the DOWNLOADS page at A Simple Word (http://asimpleword.org/downloads/)

Tom Castor

Tom Castor

Thomas Castor, founder of Clear and Simple Media Group, is a seasoned writer and communicator who has been delivering content with clarity and simplicity for 30 years.