Wycliffe Today caught up with Mark and Lorene van Rossen last year when The Red Sea Counselling and Member Care Centre was in its set-up phase. Since then, Mark, Lorene and the Board have been blown away by the answers to prayer they have witnessed. This update shares their excitement about the ways churches, businesses, organisations and individuals are working together to see this place become a place of refreshment and healing for everyone who comes through The Red Sea's doors.
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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.
David Blackman has been working with Alyawarr speakers of Central Australia for almost 30 years. We caught up with David to find out what he has discovered during that time.
Josh Bartlett is a Wycliffe member encouraging people to engage with the Bible in Australia. We recently asked Josh how we can stay connected to God and immersed in his Word during this time of isolation.
How does a family celebrate 45 years of memories in a single trip? Discover what made this recent Bible dedication so special.
Translation projects take time and perseverance. Discover how a local pastor and a devoted grandmother motivated Ross and Lyndal and their team to complete the Baki New Testament translation.
Wycliffe Today June 2020 Djadame is an apprentice seamstress. She comes from a poor family in Ghana and was only able to attend school in French for two years. Djadame explains how an opportunity ...
God’s Word is so powerful it even brought Satan to a believing faith in Jesus … well, a man voicing the role of Satan for the Jesus Film in a village in the delta country of southern Papua New Guinea, that is! A translation team leader in the area had organised 80 people to participate as voice over roles for the film. There was just one role left to fill that nobody wanted: Satan. Then he met Thomas*, a young man who was willing to give the role a go …
A team recently headed to Outback Australia to experience Ministry, Adventure and Discovery as they connected with Aboriginal communities. Here are some of their reflections:
Rachel explains how she was given the nickname 'White Cockatoo' after hearing a story at a Women's Conference with her Indigenous community.