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Mount Fuji, Japan. Wycliffe has been active in this Asian country since 1968. (Photo by David Edelstein, Unsplash)
News, Ideas and Progress in Bible Translation
Wycliffe’s key partner organization has joined a group of UN agencies, international non-governmental organizations (INGOs), private and civil society members to further advance innovative learning initiatives for the world’s changing learning environments.
Globally in 2020, digital Scriptures in 1,968 languages became available on various sites and apps.
A translation team in Tanzania was working on translating “Garden of Eden,” but the Swahili word the translators had considered just wasn’t adequate.
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VIDEO – Every Sign Matters (Wycliffe U.S.)
In Japan, the Japanese Sign Language translation team is working hard to bring Scripture to the Deaf in a format that touches their hearts — video.
Church leaders use Scripture-based trauma healing to treat despair in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (web edition, 2018)