LITERACY WORKER, Karen Hopping, began serving with Wycliffe in the Solomon Islands in 2008, the same year that the Solomon Islands Pijin Bible was dedicated. Her close friend, Caroline, a young lady who couldn’t read or write but who had a keen desire to one day read the Pijin Bible for herself…CONTINUE READING →
Children all around the world enjoy the attention of a camera and this lively bunch from Senegal are no exception. As a young boy, Kéraba Wallou, was forced to wear a bull skull and horns around his neck if he accidently spoke his own language…CONTINUE READING →
A young Tongan boy wins a staring contest with the camera lens. Renowned for their hospitality, loyalty and fierce determination, Tongans are preparing to assist the ministry of Bible translation throughout the Pacific.CONTINUE READING →
The bold and bright colours of Saint Basil’s Cathedral stand out against a grey Moscow sky. A unique asymmetrical masterpiece, the nine churches were constructed in 1555-61 and are unlike any other architecture…CONTINUE READING →
Bible storytelling is a skill that will help ordinary Christians in three ways: evangelism, biblical knowledge and disciple making. A series of training seminars on Bible Storytelling will be held during 2014, teaching the skills of crafting, telling and teaching stories that are simple, accurate to Scripture, and easy to memorise.