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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.
Deaf communities represent some of the least reached language groups in the world. According to Deaf Bible Society, there are an estimated 70 million Deaf using over 400 different sign languages today. And not one of these languages has a complete Bible in their heart language. Watch how a team of Deaf Bible translators in Thailand is working diligently to make the Bible available and accessible in Thai Sign Language — the language that speaks to the hearts of the Thai Deaf community.
The Wycliffe Women of the Word podcast is like spending an hour having coffee with your best friends and trusted mentors.
No matter where you are in your career right now, you can be a part of what God is doing through the work of Bible translation.
Imagine reading the Bible in the language you learned in high school. Could you comprehend the concepts? Would you get frustrated and give up? For so many people around the world, that’s their reality. A Bibleless people group is a language community in need of a Bible translation. They have no known Scripture and no active translation project. Everyone should be able to read and understand the Bible in their language. But what if that’s not an option? You might be surprised to learn just how many people don’t have access to God’s Word in their language.