Two Teachers Find Their Niche in Missions

  • January 13, 2017

Alan and Amanda knew they wanted to be teachers, but didn’t know they could do that while also pursuing missions. Then they joined Wycliffe. Their work allows them to be part of Bible translation process while teaching children that they can be involved in something much bigger than themselves.

Join Us for the RE: [Conference]!

A women’s conference hosted by Wycliffe Women of the Word
  • January 12, 2017

If you’re looking for spiritual refreshment, encouragement and empowerment as a woman in Christ, then the RE: [Conference] is just for you! Join us for this event — held in Orlando from March 17-18 — and learn more about the hope found in Christ and through God’s Word.

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Featured Photo from the Field: Rails, Runways, Roads and Rivers
  • January 10, 2017
  • By: Becca Coon

With Bangladesh’s population exceeding 162 million people, it can be hard to find good seats while using public transportation. It’s not uncommon to see commuters riding on top, hanging from the side, or sitting on the rear hitch of passenger trains.

In Bangladesh few people own automobiles or bicycles, so many rely on rickshaws, buses, trains, and riverboats to get them from place to place. Unfortunately crowded spaces and frequent traffic jams are often inevitable, making travel uncomfortable and difficult.

Around the world, those involved in Bible translation encounter their own transportation challenges. Reliable land, sea and air transportation is necessary, but it is not always available, especially in rural areas. Flights to remote regions can save teams days of hiking. Staff working in places with rough roads travel more securely with off-road driving training and the right vehicles. And when passage over water is the only way to reach a language community, water safety kits or the provision of a boat can keep translation teams safe on the water. 

JAARS, a Wycliffe Global Alliance partner organization, is committed to finding and providing sustainable solutions to alleviate transportation issues for translation workers whether it’s providing dependable equipment or offering practical training. 

Learn more about how transportation challenges affect Bible translation.

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News & Notes from the Field

Please Pray for These Wycliffe Projects Around the World.
  • January 9, 2017

Printed copies of Bible study booklets on James 3 in a version of the Central Romani language have been distributed to church leaders.

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The Dido of Russia

Prayer opens doors to Bible translation
  • January 9, 2017

Your prayers can make a difference for the Dido community in Russia.

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75 Years of Sharing Hope Through Bible Translation

Celebrating God's Word in Guatemala
  • January 5, 2017

A group of Wycliffe staff and partners traveled to Guatemala and saw the history of Bible translation work among the Akateko, and the community’s joy upon celebrating the complete Bible in their language!

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Sacrifice and Hope in Sudan

A Life Spared for Bible Translation
  • January 5, 2017

Lino survived persecution in Sudan, always believing that people could have a better life if they had access to Scripture in their own language. And for decades, he had the opportunity to encourage literacy efforts in his community and even help a Bible translation project.

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Searching For Significance

A seven-day devotional gives us a look at God’s view of his children.
  • December 30, 2016

We're all searching for significance and purpose in life. Come explore with us what the Bible has to say about our search and how God views his plan for your life.

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