ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ - Plains Cree Bible

ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ - Plains Cree Bible APK

ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ - Plains Cree Bible APK

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ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ - Plains Cree Bible is a app for Android, It's developed by Digital.Bible author.
First released on google play in 5 years ago and latest version released in 3 weeks ago.
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The Plains Cree Bible App is a simple Bible in your pocket. We’ve intentionally made the application simple to have focus on God’s word without distractions. The interface to browse and search the Bible is easy to use with the added benefit of offline reading when the internet is not assessable.

- Offline Access
- Search for passages or keywords
- Quickly browse to any chapter or verse
- Easily switch between different Bible versions
- PCSBR Contemporary Plains Cree (Scripture Portions) ᓀᐦᐃᔭᐍᐏᐣ
- KKMS Mason Cree Syllabic Bible ᑲᓈᒋ ᑭᐦᒋ ᒪᓯᓇᐦᐃᑲᐣ
- KKMR Mason Cree Bible SRO - Kanāci Kihci Masinahikan

Plains Cree
This is a new translation into Plains Cree as it is currently spoken. The draft was translated by Rev. Dr. Stanley Cuthand, and has been reviewed by a group of Cree speakers based in Saskatoon. The portions which are complete at this time are the four Gospels, Acts, the books of Ruth and James, and a collection of Psalms. If you are interested in obtaining a printed copy of these books, please contact the Canadian Bible Society at Some of the published books are printed with syllabic script and Roman script on facing pages, and also come with an audio CD.

Mason Cree
A Bible was published in “Western Cree” in 1862 by the British and Foreign Bible Society. It had been translated by William Mason (a missionary ministering in Norway House) and particularly by his wife Sophia Thomas Mason (from Red River, whose mother was Cree), with substantial contributions by indigenous co-workers John Sinclair and the Reverend Henry Bird Steinhauer. This was the second Bible printed in a North American indigenous language. It was printed entirely in syllabics. This Bible was later revised by Archdeacon MacKay and Richard Faries. This Bible has remained in use in Cree communities up to the present day. It has been out of print for several years, and there are frequent requests for copies. The text has now been digitized, and corrections are being done to the typos that crept into the text.

If you are interested in obtaining a printed copy of this Bible, please contact the Canadian Bible Society at

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