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Who is “The Last Translator”?

  • December 19, 2018

Missions work is kind of like a puzzle. It’s beautiful, colorful and complex — many pieces need to be in place for the work to be complete. But there’s one piece of the puzzle that remains a mystery.

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6 Qualities of a Servant Leader

  • December 19, 2018
  • By: Jennifer Stasak

No matter whether you’re the CEO of an organization, an older sibling, the drum major of a high-school marching band, or a volunteer at church, everyone is leading someone. So how do you actually become a servant leader?

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4 Reasons to Choose Wycliffe

  • December 19, 2018
  • By: Jennifer Stasak

Choosing an organization to partner with can be overwhelming. See what makes Wycliffe a place you can grow and thrive in missions.

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A Solid Foundation

One woman’s journey to linguistics fieldwork in Asia
  • December 12, 2018

Follow one student’s journey as she studied linguistics in Asia with a diverse student body.

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Treasures in the Dark: God Himself

Uncovering the best blessing of all
  • December 10, 2018
  • By: Beth Matheson

When we take delight in the Lord, he becomes our heart’s desire — and he promises to give us himself! Learn more about how suffering can help us encounter the greatest blessing of all: God himself.

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Living in Obedience

  • December 4, 2018
  • By: Katie Kuykendall

“We’re all members of the body of Christ, and he does give us different gifts and abilities, and puts us in different places at different times according to his will. We depend on that.”

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Treasures in the Dark: Real Togetherness

Finding community through vulnerability
  • November 14, 2018
  • By: Beth Matheson

"In that place of real togetherness, where shared suffering blossomed into shared hope, I learned how to simply be with people who are hurting. I learned to sit wordlessly, like Job’s friends did at first, and welcome tears — theirs and mine." Explore how we can learn to sit with others in their grief and pain too.

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The Power of $5

  • November 13, 2018

What can you do with a five-dollar bill? Most of us don’t give such a small amount much thought. This Giving Tuesday, five dollars can provide the best gift a person will ever receive — a personal copy of God’s Word in their language.

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Praying for Uganda and the Nyole People

A look at this nation and how to pray for its people.
  • November 12, 2018

In 2017 the Nyole people were finally able to read the New Testament in their language, Lunyole. Now that they have a taste of God’s Word, they’re hungry for the Old Testament too!

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Feast or Crumbs

  • November 9, 2018

Faced with the knowledge that there are still people who can’t understand the Bible because it is not in their own language, George Cowan came to a conclusion that became his life’s mission: “I believe God wants every man to have the Bible.”