A Win-win Situation

Learning to read better herself, a Quechua teacher instructs others too. After attending literacy training workshops run by AIDIA, Wycliffe Canada’s partner in Peru, 22-year-old Luz Marina is now serving as a voluntary literacy teacher in her community. Now that she...
A New Weapon

A New Weapon

In times past, the Binumarien people of Papua New Guinea would paint their faces with black ashes, wear pig teeth necklaces, and even put pigs teeth in their mouths when going to war with other tribes. Many also carried string bags filled with arrows on their backs...
Aiming at a Moving Target

Aiming at a Moving Target

Nearly 60 years ago I read a book written by some Wycliffe Bible translators called Two-Thousand Tongues to Go. No one back in the late 1950s had any idea that there were more than 7,000 languages spoken in the world, most of which had no part of the Bible translated...
Consuming Passion

Consuming Passion

Betty Amon remembers sitting with her family during family devotions, reading the Bible in Pohnpeian, one of Micronesia’s major languages. She could read the words aloud, but she didn’t have the faintest idea what they meant.