Fewer than 2 percent of the world’s Deaf are Christians. Australian members Saul and Rebecca Thurrowgood will soon leave Australia and join SIL where Saul will help develop WordSign, a new computer software…CONTINUE READING →
Betty Amon remembers sitting with her family during family devotions and reading the Bible in Pohnpeian, a major language in Micronesia. She could read the words aloud, of course, but she didn’t have the faintest idea what…CONTINUE READING →
Salvador Sanches packs a notepad and pencil, a Portuguese Bible and a Guarani Bible into a plastic shopping bag. The sun has dipped below the horizon, his family is settling in for the night, and it is time for his work to begin. Salvador walks to the local school in the Kaiwá settlement outside of […]CONTINUE READING →
A weekend retreat for friends and supporters of Wycliffe, held at Mt Tamborine
WAS CANCELLED DUE TO STORMS. NOW RE-SCHEDULED. 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.
Wondering where you fit in God’s mission? Get together with some Wycliffe workers and others who are on this same journey. Be inspired by each other’s life stories and encourage one another to explore possibilities.
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 on 24-26 July, 2-5 October and 26-29 November. You will learn skills of crafting, telling and teaching stories that are simple, accurate to Scripture, and easy to memorise.