Whilst a Bible celebration might mark the ‘completion’ of a translation project, it is really only just the beginning of the ongoing work of applying Scripture in daily life. This was the theme of the two services…CONTINUE READING →
In the latest Wycliffe Today we share with you stories from our partner organisations of faithful people who have understood that true leadership is about servanthood and sacrifice. These people have adopted the ‘same mindset as Christ Jesus who… made Himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant’ (Philippians 2:5-7).CONTINUE READING →
The 5 day Probe course is a great first step if you will be working cross-culturally and need to learn another language. It also gives a taste of what it’s like to do Bible translation.
If you have an accounting or bookkeeping background, would you consider an Internal Control Review at one of Wycliffe’s worldwide offices? These Reviews are a great way to see Bible translation in progress and meet…
A series of separate live-in seminars on the Sunshine Coast, including a Bible Story Telling workshop, Probe Language and Culture course, and the Proshikkhon preparation seminar.
Bible storytelling is a skill that will help ordinary Christians in three ways: evangelism, biblical knowledge and disciple making. Bible Storytelling seminars for 2015 are 26-29 November. You will learn skills of crafting, telling and teaching stories that are simple, accurate to Scripture, and easy to memorise.