Merry Christmas from Wycliffe’s President and CEO John Chesnut and his wife, Kelly! With such a large family, Christmas is a special time for the Chesnuts; their whole family gathers together! But it’s also a time to celebrate their even larger family: the body of Christ. Step into the Chesnut’s home as they share about what Christmas means to them and celebrate with communities around the world who are experiencing Christmas in a brand new way this year.
Beth Fuller realized that God couldn't work in her life until she gave up her dream to him. Sometimes that means the dream dies and becomes ashes. But God can take those ashes and make something beautiful out of them.
In many language communities, Bibles end up not being used — not because people don’t want Scripture but because of low literacy rates. Without literacy training and classes, it can be difficult for communities to enjoy reading. Literacy opens the door to education and Scripture engagement. That’s why the Keliko people of South Sudan, who recently received the New Testament in their language, are focusing on literacy in education and the church by hosting literacy workshops.
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...
Jack and Lindsay Campbell dreamed about the story they would tell of how God redeemed their losses. But as their hope for redemption dwindled, God taught the couple to believe in the truth found in Scripture. “God has used Scripture in such a powerful way in our lives,” Lindsay...
When you hear the name “Wycliffe Bible Translators,” what kind of roles or jobs do you think of first? Translation? Linguistics? Languages? Did you know there are other kinds of roles like communications and human resources? Or teaching and information technology?
In 1985, Keliko church leaders made plans to translate the Bible into the their language so that the people could fully understand the Word of God. At the time, there was nothing even written in Keliko. But on August 11, 2018, after nearly 35 years of fierce determination, the lives of the Keliko changed forever.
Sarah Jane Capper studied journalism and art history in college, and after graduation, enjoyed success in her corporate communications career. But she still felt like something was missing. God kept drawing Sarah Jane back to missions.
Matt Cousins had two passions as a child: a love for Jesus and a love of airplanes. When he met a missionary pilot at a summer camp as a child, he began to feel prompted to pursue a career in aviation. Though his childhood call was to become a missionary pilot, Matt’s career led him in a different direction.