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?
Confronting stories of Christians being persecuted for their faith challenged Kathy Dadd about living for Christ. Acting on her interest in Bible translation, Kathy became a Wycliffe member late in 2015. She anticipates serving in northern Australia and longs to see Aboriginal people access the Bible in their heart language.
Our journey through life with Jesus is often a series of actions and reflections. This edition of Wycliffe Today details some of those actions and reflections which have led a new generation of Australian Christians to make their contribution to the Bible translation movement.
‘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 languages still do not have a single verse of Scripture…
Be inspired at our Coffee Conversation. Location: CrossCulture Church of Christ
If you are involved in English conversation classes, are a part of a multicultural church, or have a heart for strangers and refugees, this seminar is for you.
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.
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.