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Even these times God makes beautiful


Have you ever stopped to consider that God has made death beautiful? The Preacher in Ecclesiastes 3:11 states boldly that God "has made everything beautiful in its time." It’s a good sentiment, but have you ever taken time to think about the implications? The author reaches this conclusion after considering a long list of contrasts. You know the passage… or the Pete Seeger song: For everything the...

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Minority language groups in Senegal battle Ebola through literacy


Literacy workers in the West African nation of Senegal are playing a vital role in raising awareness of the threat of Ebola. Clare Orr and Elisabeth Gerger serve as literacy specialists with SIL, Wycliffe’s key partner organization, in West Africa. The two women are used to spending their days teaching community members how to use their written language. However, with the outbreak of the Ebola vir...

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A farm labourer hauls sheaves of rice for processing near Bagabag, on Luzon Island in the Philippines. Read more about the work in the Philippines in the Fall 2009 issue of Word Alive magazine. Photo by Alan Hood/Wycliffe Canada ◄ Previous Next ►...

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The Power of Audio Scriptures


  Meet Jema, the spunky four-year-old daughter of James, a national Bible translator in Vanuatu, an island nation in the Pacific. When her dad received a MegaVoice audio player with the book of Luke recorded on it, she loved listening to it. She enjoyed hearing the different parts and singing along with the angel choir singing “Glory to God in the Highest” as they proclaimed the birth of Christ. E...

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Inducted into the Hall of Faith


Murdered while serving Guyana’s Wapishana Amerindians, Wycliffe’s Richard and Charlene Hicks left a lasting impression on the language project and the people. Often called the “Hall of Faith,” the people listed in Hebrews 11 either “escaped the edge of the sword” or had been “put to death by the sword” as they followed God. In both cases, the writer of Hebrews says, “the world was not worthy of t...

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