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- 2014: People receiving and using God’s Word in their languages
- She had to have it in her own language
- Pass it on before you pass on
- Ramo translators return
- Food for the spirit
- 2013 Year-end Arop Lagoon Tribune
- Is Bible Translation worth the effort?
- Challenges National Translators Face
- It takes a team
2014: People receiving and using God’s Word in their languages
For us, 2014 highlights are all about people receiving and using the Scriptures in their languages. Click here to read about it.
She had to have it in her own language
She had to have it in her own language. When our teammates travelled to her Malol-speaking village during their “walkabout” in February and March, this Malol woman spent an […]
Pass it on before you pass on
Our friend and fellow translator for the Serra language, Ignas Salle, passed away at Christmas time. Read more In the PDF.
Ramo translators return
The Ramo translators have returned after a two-year absence. Read more in the PDF.
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“You all have come to buy food for your body, but I am going to buy food for my spirit” . . . read more in the PDF. […]
Click the Photo to see the PDF of our year-end Arop Lagoon Tribune.
Don’t miss the PDF of our annual review. About this time last year, we reported that 1,967 languages had a likely need for Scripture and had no translation project in […]
PDF Version Please take 3.5 minutes to see the first video from the Wycliffe video crew we hosted last summer. It highlights the sacrifices, challenges, and rewards Papua New Guinean […]
PDF Version As we spoke in churches and colleges in Michigan and California over the last two weeks, I often emphasized what a joy it is to work with a […]