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Was Jesus silent to the slaughter?


All four Gospels talk about how Jesus did not answer the charges against him. He stood silently while his accusers and authorities insulted him, lied about him and abused him. As Isaiah predicted hundreds of years before, He was oppressed, and he was afflicted,      yet he opened not his mouth; like a lamb that is led to the slaughter,      and like a sheep that before its shearers is silent,     ...

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Staff from Wycliffe Canada’s IT department look over the multiple servers in the server room. The IT department in Canada works hard to keep Wycliffe Canada computers up and running, thereby playing a key role in supporting the work of Bible translation.  Read more in the 2015 Spring Word Alive magazine. Photo by Natasha Schmale/Wycliffe Canada ◄ Previous  Next ►...

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A Rare Meeting With a Language Surveyor


It may be rare that you'll  ever meet an astronaut, but your chances of meeting a language surveyor are also slim. That's right, there are about the same number of current surveyors as current astronauts. Language survey isn't really all that different from rocketing into space after all.  We train and plan for trips into unfamiliar territory, then launch off as part of a small team carrying a few...

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Scripture & Language Statistics Presentation


For those of you who enjoy statistics and web animation, we've put the two together to give you a dynamic presentation of global language and Bible translation statistics. ...

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Join the Bibleless Peoples Prayer Project (BPPP)


The Bibleless Peoples Prayer Project (BPPP) was formed in 1982 by Wycliffe US with the goal of encouraging men, women and children to pray on a regular basis for a people group without God's Word in their language. Since that time, thousands of individuals have devoted countless hours to praying that a translation of Scripture would begin for "their" people group.  God has faithfully answered thei...

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