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Wycliffe 2016 Year in Review

Wycliffe 2016 Year in Review

Wycliffe USA President Bob Creson and his wife, Dallas, highlight the progress made in Bible translation during 2016 and thank those who have been a part of this life-changing work. Hear updated statistics about how many missionaries are serving worldwide, the amount of money donated toward...

Two Teachers Find Their Niche in Missions

Two Teachers Find Their Niche in Missions

Alan and Amanda knew they wanted to be teachers, but didn’t know they could do that while also pursuing missions. Then they joined Wycliffe. Their work allows them to be part of Bible translation process while teaching children that they can be involved in something much bigger than themselves.

Merry Christmas From Wycliffe USA!

Merry Christmas From Wycliffe USA!

Wycliffe USA President Bob Creson and his wife, Dallas, share about the significance of Christmas traditions in this video greeting. Merry Christmas from Wycliffe USA!

Worth the Sacrifice

Worth the Sacrifice

Ben and Renee Kuwitzky — along with their four kids — live in Jos, Nigeria. Ben serves as a translation consultant working with Nigerian translators, helping ensure that the translation is communicating in a natural and clear way. Renee serves on the care team while also...

A New Kind of Christmas Tradition

A New Kind of Christmas Tradition

Christmas is approaching fast! It’s the time of year we spend doing traditions with the people we love, like singing carols at a Christmas Eve service, baking cookies or watching Christmas movies. But Christmas is the perfect time to start new traditions, too! Why not start a tradition that could help people around the world have God’s Word available in their own language?

A Unified Mission

A Unified Mission

Brenton Briggs, a network systems administrator at Wycliffe, knows that the work of Bible translation invites everyone to join — and that includes those with skills in information technology (IT). As technology continues to grow and develop, IT specialists at Wycliffe are able to apply...

Why Bible Translation

Why Bible Translation

The Bible is one of the oldest and most popular books of all time. But is it just a book, or is it much more? At Wycliffe Bible Translators, we believe that the Bible is God’s Word to us — something that everyone should be able to understand in their own language. But up to 1,800...

Faithful to the End

Faithful to the End

In this video, Dick and Nadine Clark share about the years they spent praying for the Culina language community in Peru. They started 20 years after the translation project had begun, and finally, after praying for 40 years, they saw the New Testament dedicated.