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Bert and Wilma Visser

As Wilma and I visit people, two topics that we hear quite often are t...
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The vision turns 100


August 30 is an important date in the history of Bible translation. It was 100 years ago that Cameron Townsend first began to form the vision that would catalyze exponential growth in the rate of Bible translation (see below). That vision wasn’t a sudden “aha!” as much as a journey of discovery and conviction. It’s interesting to hear him describe in his own words the gradual transition of his tho...

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Starting from scratch: creating fonts


People are often surprised to find that font design is crucial to many Bible translation projects. In fact, Bible translation can’t start until you have a way to input the language into a computer. For any of the hundreds of languages in the world that are written using something other than the Roman alphabet, the Non-Roman Script Initiative team offers advice and practical assistance. They des...

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A Continuing Heritage


When Cameron Townsend and others founded Camp Wycliffe in 1934 in Arkansas, they probably had no idea they were starting something that would grow into an en­tire net­work of Bible trans­la­tion or­ga­ni­za­tions, the Wycliffe Global Alliance. Train­ing camps, how­ever, are still run­ning in sev­eral coun­tries, including Thailand. Today, each Camp Wycliffe has a dif­fer­ent fo­cus and dif­fer­ent...

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