Marcelina’s Story

  • February 12, 2016

Like many Quechua-speaking women, Marcelina wasn’t able to go to school when she was a child because she had to work. Because of this, she was unable to read. But her life was forever changed when she first learned how to read and write her own language as an adult.

Wycliffe Women of the Word seeks to create a community of women who are passionate about improving the lives of marginalized women and children around the world through the translated Word of God. Join us to learn what God’s Word says about bringing hope, healing and wholeness that is found in the transforming power of Scripture. Marcelina’s story is included in Week Three of “Hope Through the Word,” a free, four-week Bible study for women. Learn more about getting a copy of the study at wycliffe.org/women