As they prepare to return for their second term in South Asia, Sydney couple Toby and MG reflect on how God called them to Wycliffe despite their initial doubts about being suitable for Bible translation, and how He sustained them and strengthened their faith through a difficult first term on the field.
In her own words, Bernie talks about her experience fundraising for the Bibleless people in Africa through cycling. She and her husband, Grant, now live in Australia and are passionate about raising awareness for Bible translation through cycling, running, walking or even climbing! Find out how you can get involved to.
Saul and Rebecca Thurrowgood are committed to helping sign language Bible translation projects progress so that the world’s 200 million Deaf people have access to God’s Word in their mother tongue. Despite many uncertainties early on in their assignment, the Thurrowgoods are holding on to the promise that God is guiding them.
If not for some startling statistics, Josh Bartlett might still be working as a software developer. After learning how few young Australians regularly read their Bible, Josh joined Wycliffe and is now developing the partnership support team he needs to officially start his new Queensland-based Scripture Engagement role.
Bible storytelling is a skill that will help ordinary Christians in three ways: evangelism, biblical knowledge and disciple making. Location: Salisbury.
You are warmly invited to join us for our end of year Wycliffe gathering on Saturday 5 November 2016 from 2 to 5 pm.
Come and join us for the City2Sea in Melbourne on 20 November 2016 to be part of helping Wycliffe teams all around the world to finish the race.
Sunkissed, dusty, and with a beaming smile, Durk Meijer is an endless stream of anecdotes about his travels throughout Southern Africa assisting minority language communities to get God’s word in their language.