Rachel explains how she was given the nickname 'White Cockatoo' after hearing a story at a Women's Conference with her Indigenous community.
How did Bible translation first start in Australia? Read a glimpse into the legacy of those who dedicated their lives to seeing translation projects begin in Aboriginal languages.
Wycliffe Australia's CEO of 12 years, Barry Borneman, is in the process of handing over the role to incumbent CEO Max Sahl. We caught up with Barry and his wife Marg to get their views on the transition process.
Meet the Sahls! These Queensland teachers have been Wycliffe members who have lived in Papua New Guinea for 20 years. They recently moved back to Australia to begin a new chapter in their lives at the National Centre for Wycliffe Bible Translators Australia, where Max has begun his role as CEO.
Stephen and Kidu are leaders with BTA PNG - a Wycliffe Global Alliance partner. Discover why they are in Melbourne .
Sharna has recently joined the SIL Australia team. She shares her story of transition from cross-cultural worker to Communications and Marketing Officer.
Darryl and Margaret Thatcher are the Regional Coordinators for Wycliffe in Western Australia. Margaret is also involved in preparing new members for the transitions they will be facing. She provides some helpful insights about preparing for transition.
If you've had any connection to Wycliffe Australia over the past eight years, it's likely that you would know Deb Tan. Find out what Deb is up to and how you can pray for her.
Greg and Debbie Conwell have moved from their roles with Wycliffe Australia and SIL Australia, based at the Wycliffe National Centre in Kangaroo Ground, to the Solomon Islands. Discover more of what they're doing to support translation work and community development.