Wycliffe Australia CEO, Max Sahl, shares about why Wycliffe is so committed to supporting the needs of indigenous language communities so that people from 'every nation, tribe, people and language' can understand the life transforming power of the gospel in the language that speaks to their hearts.
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Lyn Wake explains why the discipline of stillness plays an important role in coming to know God more intimately and serving him with greater purpose.
Alfinda shares a recent experience that reminded her that in order to best reflect God's love to others, we need to learn to be present and care for them the same way our heavenly Father cares for us - in relationship.
Learn more about the language needs in Timor-Leste with this insight from an AuSIL translation consultant who is grateful to ‘see the seeds of our work growing in different soils’.
Tim and Jane Letcher have been serving in Epenarra, Central Australia, with their three young children. They share their experiences of helping the Indigenous Australian community around them to engage with Scripture and learn to 'sit at Jesus' feet'.
What is a diaspora group and why should we reach out to them? SIL Australia Director, Graham Scott, sheds some light on an exciting new project that is helping to bring a sense of connection and belonging to diaspora language groups in Melbourne.
Wycliffe Australia is launching a Chinese translation of the website on Pentecost Sunday. Discover why the new website is designed to help connect with Chinese diaspora and invite them to join in the Bible translation movement.
Ross and Lyndal Webb are Wycliffe Australia members who work with SIL Vanuatu. After many years in the country, they are currently working remotely from their home in Sydney. Their goal is to help the people of Vanuatu to read and understand God’s Word. Discover why the Webbs are committed to 'training the trainers' in solid biblical teaching to help disciple a new generation of Bible translators and Christian leaders.
Wycliffe Bible Translators Australia CEO, Max Sahl, uses the story of Paul and his fellow prisoners being shipwrecked in Acts 27:1–28:10 to explain how God is still in control and able to lead us in mighty ways, despite the disruptions and challenges we encounter.
We have all been dealing with unexpected twists and turns over the past couple of years. Lyn Wake asks the question 'Are we becoming more attuned to ‘expecting the unexpected’ as the pandemic unfolds?' While it may be scary, this unexpected season offers us the opportunity to learn more about God’s character and our own place in his overarching story.