Merry Christmas from Wycliffe’s President and CEO John Chesnut and his wife, Kelly!
Dan and Rachel Lewis discovered that the pursuit of missions isn’t about what we can do for God, but where God can use us when we’re humble before him. The couple eventually found themselves serving in an international Christian school in Ethiopia where they realized the joy of being surrounded by a community of like-minded individuals.
It seemed like God had orchestrated everything perfectly for Dan and Rachel Lewis to serve in Ethiopia — until the rapid spread of COVID-19 in 2020 forced the couple to make a hard decision. Learn how the couple has seen God’s faithfulness through relationships and conversations with their spiritual support system at Wycliffe and how they’ve learned to process a difficult season of transition.
Bible translation in Indonesia impacts not only the local church, but the nation as a whole by uniting communities, preserving languages and promoting literacy. And with more than 700 languages in Indonesia, the Indonesian Bible Society is working hard to ensure that every man, woman and child knows how much God loves them in their language. One of the best ways you can support this work around the world is through prayer. Discover how God’s Word is impacting lives across Indonesia, and how you can join our prayer team to get involved.
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Not everyone is called to translate the Bible but, as Christians, all of us are called to use our gifts to serve God’s kingdom. Hannah Kelly stepped out in faith when she felt God calling her to serve missionary kids as a special education teacher in Southeast Asia. With each next...
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.
The book of Revelation gives us an incredible picture of what heaven is going to look like: “After this I saw a vast crowd, too great to count, from every nation and tribe and people and language, standing in front of the throne and before the Lamb” (Revelation 7:9a, NLT). Around the world, people are meeting the God who died to save them through Scripture in a language and format they can understand. Discover how Bible translation changes everything.