Versions / Mam de Todos Santos Chuchumatán (MVJ)

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Mam of Todos Santos Cuchumatán (mvj), one of 50+ Mayan languages still spoken in Guatemala today. The Mam people of Todos Santos reside in northwestern Guatemala, tucked mostly in one of the valleys of the Cuchumatan mountain range. Some 25,000 Todosanteros live in the municipality called Todos Santos. But there are probably another 25,000 that live elsewhere, either in Mexico, where they were driven during the civil unrest of the early 1980’s, or in various other parts of Guatemala. The first Christians came to the Lord in 1971.


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