Eastern Yakon

You can help a small team of dedicated believers as they advance language development and literacy in a sensitive region of Southeast Asia. The Eastern Yakon people form a vibrant,…

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Northern Thai Literacy Internship & SE

The Northern Thai region of Lanna—which means a “million rice fields”—is known for its unique culture and ancient traditions. Although six to seven million people speak this northern dialect, fewer…

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Island Sign Language

Most Deaf people on these islands have never heard the gospel message. It is difficult for most Deaf to understand the written Bible, as only about five per cent are…

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Southern Thai Oral Bible Storying

For language groups with oral cultures, chronological oral Bible stories are an effective way for people to engage with God’s Word. Through the Southern Thai Oral Bible Storying initiative, believers…

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Eastern Lawa

This new Bible translation initiative is beginning at an opportune moment. Communities which have been hostile to Christianity and the Scriptures are now open to gaining literacy skills. A very…

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Peace River Sign Language

Research indicates that more than 350 sign languages are in use around the world today, yet only one—American Sign Language—has a translation of the complete Bible! And only two per cent…

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Kinsha

Uka matriarchs celebrate at the dedication of the freshly published Uka New Testament. The Uka translation is written in the heart language of 15,000 primarily indigenous mountain dwellers across four Southeast Asian countries.

Kinsha is a Bible translation effort in a sensitive area of Southeast Asia, representing 3.5 million people in three countries. The few Christians in this region are eager to be…

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GREEN, Peter and Betty

Peter and Betty Green

Originally from England, Peter and his first wife, Chris, joined Wycliffe Canada in 1972. They went to the Philippines in 1974 and worked among the Tagbanwa people, doing translation, medical…

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INGLIS, Doug and Connie

Doug and Connie, originally from Abbotsford, B.C., joined Wycliffe in 1986 and serve as Bible translators and linguistic consultants (in Asia since 1990). They have three children who grew up…

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FRIESEN, Derryl and Karen

Derryl and Karen were both born in Canada but have lived their whole lives as global citizens all over North America, the South Pacific, Africa and Southeast Asia. As young…

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