Dr Frank Laubach, along with his wife, Effa, was responsible for helping an estimated 100 million people learn to read in their own language. As the New York Times reported at the time of Frank's death in 1970, he managed to travel to over 100 countries and develop literacy primers in 300 languages and dialects . . . all in just over three decades.
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Guest writer, Jeremy Dover, is the Head of Biblical Studies at Waverley Christian College in Melbourne. He shares about the partnership between Waverley and Wycliffe that is helping students engage with God’s Word and understand it for themselves.
Sharna Steinert explains how Wycliffe Australia's partnership with SIL Australia is helping to prepare people for Bible translation and cross-cultural work. She shares about SILA's recent LAUNCH course.
20 international tourists embark on an adventure in the Holy Land. The Bible is brought to life and many develop new insights of biblical stories and concepts. Then half the group tests positive for COVID-19 and have to isolate in a foreign country. What happens during this time of uncertainty? This abridged story is from an article by All Israel News reporter, Nicole Jansezian. It explores how the team have learned to trust God in unexpected ways.
How did two Bible verses help to end bloodshed and bring peace to two warring villages in PNG? Discover how the power of God's Word in the language that people understand best has the power to completely transform hearts and entire communities!
Mark and Lorene van Rossen are setting up a unique counselling centre to deliver people from a place of brokenness to one of healing. Discover more about the Red Sea Centre.
Seeing real cross-cultural workers on the field helped Jessie realised that they are just ordinary people like her. Discover how God has used every step of Jessie's journey in her service to the global Church.
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.
Peter O'Loghlin explains why storytelling can be a powerful way to share the gospel with those around us in everyday situations.
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.