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.
In 2015, Sam and Marita Verlaan spent a year serving at the SIL (Summer Institute of Linguistics) centre at Ukarumpa in Papua New Guinea. To find out why they decided to do a short-term trip and what impact it had on them, we asked Sam and Marita a few questions.
Since joining Wycliffe in 2004, Noel and Catharine Carpenter have worked in the areas of aviation and literacy in northern Australia and PNG. During 2016 and 2017, Noel will work part-time as Wycliffe Australia’s Tasmanian State Representative.
Wycliffe Australia board member David Grayden grew up in a remote village in the Philippines. As a university student, he felt more and more convinced about working as a Bible translator. But God had other plans. Has David’s illustrious career in the field of electrical engineering meant that he has missed out on the mission work?
Bible Me2U Workshops NSW. Bible storytelling is a skill that will help ordinary Christians… Locations: Bankstown.
Keen to find out how you might fit in Wycliffe? Thinking about cross-cultural ministry but not sure what to do next? Join us on Explore Wycliffe Day.
You are warmly invited to join us for our end of year Wycliffe gathering on Saturday 5 November 2016 from 2 to 5 pm.
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.