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.
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Philip Townsend has recently become the new Director for the Australian Society of Indigenous Languages and Australia Timor Group (ATG) which oversees it. He shares about the direction for the organisation and hopes to include more Indigenous members at all levels.
Working alongside local translators has shown the AuSIL team involved with the PEV translation how much God's Word has the power to transform lives when it is communicated in a clear and effective way. Kathy Dadd explains more.
Lindsay and Lola Fairhead have recently taken on the role of Prayer Coordinators for Wycliffe Australia. Lindsay shares about the importance of organising informed prayer to support the work of Bible translation throughout the world
Wycliffe Australia's CEO Max Sahl explains why God cares that EVERY person in the world gets the chance to hear his Word in the language they understand best.
How can learning resources be created for disadvantaged people groups in poor communities? Bloom Reader is a tool that has enabled Resources for the Blind in the Philippines to create interactive books for blind and vision impaired students. Liz explains how Bloom is empowering communities to create their own resources.
Most of us use AI in our everyday lives without thinking too much about it. What what actually is Artificial Intelligence? John Tan explains.
Chameleon is a program that is bringing the gospel to the Deaf in a new way that protects the people involved by changing their appearance. Discover more about how this ground-breaking technology is opening doors for Deaf Bible translation!
What do you say to a group of young people who are just taking their first steps on the journey of Bible translation? Wycliffe Australia's CEO Max Sahl shares how he encouraged translators in South Asia to persevere.
When a young lady from the peace corps was assigned to the village in Chad where Elly Sharp's team was translating the New Testament, she asked her ‘What makes you stay?’ Read Elly's encouraging reflections on the goal that kept her and her family going during very difficult times.