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.
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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.
As we celebrate the diamond anniversary of AuSIL this year, Lyn Wake reflects on the type of gems that really do last forever - gems found in the Bible. Much like raw diamonds, there are priceless jewels in God’s Word, always there for us to uncover if we become ‘spiritual miners’.
In 2021, we pause to remember God and all he has done over the many years of Bible translation ministry in our country and throughout the world. Remembering God’s faithfulness is a major theme that keeps appearing throughout Scripture. Why? Because we have a great tendency to forget!
How hungry are we for God’s Word? Join Lyn Wake as she unpacks this question and encourages us to be transformed by the Word.
What motivates and enables our members around the world to keep persevering through problems, pressures and yes, pandemics? The secret is out … they have their eyes on ‘the prize’! When the Apostle Paul wrote to the early believers about running for the ‘prize’, what did he have in mind? Lyn Wake explains.
Many of us will face ‘life storms’, those sudden circumstances that paralyse, overwhelm and disempower. Like the disciples in Mark 4 who were trapped in a sinking boat ...
Introducing a new devotion for Wycliffe Today. Lyn Wake will be sharing insights to help us to be transformed by God’s Word.