The Bozo Tiemaxo are migratory fisherman. One of the unique challenges of getting the gospel to the Bozo is that they are several distinct people groups (including the Tiemaxo) who speak four variations of their language. Some variations are not simply accent differences; instead, there is very little comprehension between groups. This makes it difficult to reach the Bozo Tiemaxo and other Bozo groups, as they need Scriptures in their individual languages. It is also difficult to share the good news with them and follow up or disciple them due to their nomadic nature.
“The whole Judean countryside and all the people of Jerusalem were going out to him, and they were baptized by him in the Jordan River, confessing their sins.” (Mark 1:5 CSB)