‘Go and make disciples of all the nations’, Jesus told us. Yet history records no single example of an enduring church without mother-tongue Scriptures. Bible translation work is being done in almost 2,300 languages worldwide, but the race isn’t finished yet. Up to 1,800 of the world’s 7,000…
Thanks to the generosity of the Australian church, 14 projects in total have been fully funded as of 26 April 2016! One of these is the Basnami* translation project in Cameroon. Funds for this project will enable part of the salaries for four local translators and one literacy worker to be paid, literacy materials to be purchased, and office expenses for testing translation drafts to be covered.
We celebrate two New Testament dedications this May: the Gela New Testament (Solomon Islands) on 1 May and the Bunong New Testament (Cambodia) on 27-28 May.
In this edition of Wycliffe Today, we focus on these Bible dedications from the perspective of the supporters, who themselves are representative of the over 5,000 supporters of Wycliffe Australia.
This is the final entry in our ‘Jungle Drum’ series (for now). Belinda returned to Australia in mid March 2016 – earlier than planned – due to visa issues. Please pray that she will return to her field assignment in South East Asia in God’s perfect timing.
Be inspired at our Coffee Conversation. Location: to be confirmed
Come for a time of renewing, reviving and refreshing our look at the work of Wycliffe Australia in NSW. Enjoy a fully catered weekend. Meet with Members, Retirees, Associates, Advocates and Supporters of Wycliffe Australia.
Come for a time of renewing, reviving and refreshing our look at the work of Wycliffe Australia in Queensland. Enjoy a fully catered weekend. Meet with Members, Retirees, Associates, Advocates and Supporters of Wycliffe Australia.
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.