Gola speaking group is a tribal group living in western Liberia, primarily in the districts of Lofa, Grand Cape Mount, Bomi, and Montserrando. Nearly nine thousand others live in the neighboring country of Sierra Leone, where they are concentrated in the small provinces of Kenema and Pujehun. The Gola speak a Niger-Congo language, also called Gola, that is closely related to the language of the Kissi. In 1991 it was spoken by 200,000 people. As of 2019, their number has increase to 378,000. The Bible Society has been working closely with the Gola people to translation the Holy scripture in their language they best understand. Currently, the Gola New Testament has been translated. Even though there were highs, lows and plains, but the Lord was faithful. While we appreciate God for His blessing so far, but there is a greater task ahead to complete the entire Gola Bible. Donate! to translate a chapter in the Gola Bible.