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The African nation of Chad is home to more than 130 distinct language groups among its 15 million people.

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Wycliffe Japan Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Established in 1968, Wycliffe Japan is the oldest Wycliffe Global Alliance organization among the 25 in Asia and also the first non-western Alliance organization that stepped out to serve minority language communities.

Total languages globally: 7,099

Languages with some Scripture: 3,350+

NT translations with Wycliffe involvement: 1,000

Spoken languages needing translation: 1,879

Sign languages needing translation: 284

No word for “grace”

In February 2018, three of our Nukna co-translators (Muransi, Emson and Tángiliong) came to Ukarumpa (the main translation centre in ...
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Take My Pyakende Upon You

“Take my yoke upon you…and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden ...
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Loving This “Fishbowl” Life

By Caitlin Windsor, who serves with her husband Matt in the Oji-Cree Bible translation project in Kingfisher Lake, Ont. One ...
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Inspiration

A Look at God’s Transforming Power


Berki’s Choice

One African man’s desire to please God, even amid pressure to conform ... Psalm 119:4-10 “How can a young man keep his way pure? By living according to your word.” v. 9 (NIV) Berki Banko is a tall, lanky evangelist in Ethiopia. He has been trained by Bible translation...

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Inspiring video and audio features

VIDEO –  How Bible Translation Works (Courtesy of The Seed Co. & Wycliffe South Africa)

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AUDIO – The Why and How of Bible Translation
by Jack Popjes

 

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