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Core Values: Engaging All Parts of the Body of Christ

  • August 21, 2020
  • By: José de Dios

Jesus calls his church — the global, diverse, dynamic body of Christ made up of individuals from all generations, countries, races, cultures and genders — to minister in partnership and unity to achieve God’s redemptive mission.

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Finding Your Place

Four principles for changing careers.
  • August 10, 2020
  • By: Catherine Graul

Changing jobs can be stressful and overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be! Here are four principles to keep in mind to help you find the perfect fit.

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20/20 Vision: Vision and Mission Beyond 2020

  • August 3, 2020
  • By: Dr. John Chesnut

In March 2020, Wycliffe USA adopted a new vision and mission for our role in the global Bible translation movement. We want to see lives and communities transformed as people encounter God through the Bible and come into a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ.

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Praying for Indonesia and the Aru Malay Community

A look at this region and how to pray for its people.
  • August 1, 2020

Aru Malay is spoken by approximately 16 people groups who live in the remote Aru Islands of Indonesia. It’s the first language of tens of thousands of people and is growing in popularity as a regional trade language.

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Every Sign Matters: A Japanese Sign Language Story

  • July 29, 2020

In Japan, there are over 250,000* Deaf people; less than 2% know Christ. They don’t have a Bible or even a New Testament in their language. But the Japanese Sign Language translation team is working hard to bring Scripture to the Deaf in a format that touches their hearts — video.

A Call to Community

  • July 16, 2020

When Nate and Ivy moved to Southeast Asia with their two young children, they knew that adjusting to a new life and home would be difficult. See how their experiences have allowed them to realize that God has designed us all for community and that it is through community with others that we truly can grow.