Wycliffe Australia CEO, Max Sahl, reflects on the history of the Australian branch of Wycliffe Bible Translators. Discover how Robert Story's story reflects our story in God's story!
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Australian Sign Language (Auslan) only has a few books of the Bible translated and does not have any resources to support Scripture engagement. Wycliffe Bible Translators Australia members Saul and Rebecca Thurrowgood want to change that. They explain the animated film the created with AI technology that explains the gospel message for children in Auslan.
Wycliffe Bible Translators' new Personnel Manager, Belinda Fox, shares her story of how God called her into Bible translation following a conversation with a tennis opponent.
How does art explain Bible stories? Discover how Lucy Rogers and Peter Brook are teaching ethnoarts skills to the next generation of Bible storytellers.
There is a growing Bible Translation Movement (BTM) in Indonesia, with local translation organisations being established to train local translators for this important work. However, training and facilitation, and resourcing and technical expertise are all desperately needed. Wycliffe Australia CEO, Max Sahl, explains shares how the New Testament dedication in Ambon celebrates Wycliffe's partnership in the gospel with our Indonesian brothers and sisters.
What does it truly look like to 'love your neighbour'? Lyn Wake takes a look at this famous command and suggests that the best way to love a neighbour is to reflect the love of Jesus.
Wycliffe Australia's CEO Max Sahl shares what it means to work together as the Body of Christ in partnership for the gospel.
Lyn Wake brings us another inspiring edition of Transformed by the Word with a reflection on what it means to work WITH God instead of just seeking to 'do something good' for him.
Roslyn Nicolle is a people person. Her warmth and compassion, combined with more than 20 years’ experience working with Wycliffe and SIL, have been the perfect mix for her role as Personnel ...