There is more to translation work than what meets the eye. Meet Laura Robison. Having followed God’s calling to South Sudan, Laura discovers her role in Bible translation. Follow Laura’s story as she partners with local Sudanese believers as a Scripture engagement specialist....
Andrew and Lindsay Flemming never felt called to be church planters or Bible translators. But they knew God was calling them to serve overseas as teachers, using the gifts, backgrounds and experiences they had to reach others. And when God led Andrew toward a career path other than teaching, the Flemmings found that God was asking them to trust him with seemingly insurmountable obstacles.
A milestone year for Wycliffe Bible Translators, 2017 marked the 75th anniversary of our organization. Be inspired for the efforts ahead as Wycliffe USA President Bob Creson reflects on the Bible translation progress made this past year. Lives around the world are being transformed forever...
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.
Millions of people around the world are still waiting to have Scripture in their own languages. Learn how you can be a part of sharing God’s Word with them!
From an early age, Misriani Balle felt God calling her to do something significant with her life. She was one of only two students in her senior high school who learned how to use computers — a skill that God would eventually use for her to serve in his global mission.
Wycliffe USA President Bob Creson and his wife, Dallas, talk about sharing stories of impact with partners and friends. If they could, they’d write a letter to everyone they knew about the incredible things God has done around the world this year through Bible translation.
The road to translating the Baka New Testament was long and difficult, filled with hardships such as civil war, displacement and more. But the Baka translators persevered. Watch the story of God’s faithfulness to the Baka people of South Sudan.
Jennifer always wanted to be able to use her gifts and talents for something that would make a lasting impact in the world. Being at Wycliffe allows her to do just that!