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Headed Somewhere Fast

  • May 1, 2014

When Adrianne felt as if she had reached rock bottom, she prayed to God, turning over her life into his hands to be used however he wanted. Through a series of small steps, Adrianne began to submit to God’s will for her life. Slowly, God restored her heart and led her to the work of Bible translation.

A Giant Goes Home

  • May 1, 2014
  • By: Tim Scott with Richard Gretsky

After dedicating his life to translation, Ainde Wainzo dies, leaving behind an inspirational legacy.

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From the Ground Up, Again

  • May 1, 2014
  • By: Richard Gretsky

After a couple major setbacks, the Tairuma translation team stays committed to finishing the Bible for the Tairuma people.

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More Than Sorry

  • May 1, 2014
  • By: David Nynum, translator for the Numanggang language of Papua New Guinea

David takes a break from Bible translation and ends up learning about compassion.

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2013 Wycliffe USA Year in Review

  • April 22, 2014

President Bob Creson looks at the progress made in Bible translation in 2013, thanking those who have invested in this work. He discusses the changes in lives and hearts and prays that everyone would have the opportunity to experience the power and presence of God in the language that they understand best.

Matsés Boy Reciting Scripture

  • April 1, 2014

Guido, a Matsés boy, takes the mic and begins to recite passages from Matthew and Luke in his own language without pause or hesitation, confident that the Scriptures are God’s words for him. In fact, Guido is a third-generation Christian, and these words from the Bible transformed his family and his community.

African Americans and Bible Translation Today

  • March 25, 2014

God is continuing to advance the work of Bible translation through the help of his global Church. Prominent figures such as Bishop Claude R. Alexander Jr. and Rev. Dr. Brenda Salter-McNeil discuss how God’s Word allows people the chance to fully use and discover what God has to say in their own language.

Support Roles Aid Bible Translation

  • March 3, 2014

Support roles — like accountants, teachers, mechanics and more — are integral parts of Bible translation. Al Williams, a pilot in the Philippines, talks about how stressful and chaotic it is when there is no help or support to lean on. But for those in the field, these roles are invaluable.