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Anyone who engages in Bible translation work is putting a target on their backs. I'm not just talking about linguists and translators. It extends to support roles on the home front. 3 John 8 says that those who provide hospitality and serve as senders are "fellow workers in the truth" who also face attack, and goes on to illustrate an attack on such extended support roles from within the Church. H...

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Korean Ministries Weekly Prayer Bulletin 위클리프 주간기도제목 22-28 June 2015


Korean Ministries Weekly Prayer Bulletin 위클리프 주간기도제목 22-28 June 2015 Thank you for joining us in praying for these prayer requests for the Bibleless people groups and Wycliffe staff and ministries working with them! 성경없는 부족들과 그들을 섬기는 위클리프 선교사들의 사역을 위해 기도로 동참해주시는 여러분께 감사 드립니다! Korean Ministries 한인사무국 Mission 101: Korean Methodist Church in Eastern Canada Mission 101 held at Kanglim Methodist Church...

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A Canadian Wycliffe staff member works alongside a local translator on translation data for the Ingareme language in Tanzania. Local translators play an extremely important role in Bible translation as they have critical information and  insight  on both the local culture and the language. Photo by Alan Hood/Wycliffe Canada ◄ Previous Next ►...

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Art For Missions in Thailand


When God first whispered the three words: art, missions, Thailand, I did not automatically imagine myself drawing for Wycliffe Bible Translators. However, in 2014, I began assisting Wycliffe’s translation process through art. I lived in Thailand while on a three-month internship. I found it to be both an exciting and reflective time as I came to know the heart of the Thai people through their art....

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A Story of Divine Protection


Editor's note: The following blog post by Christine Léonard was first published March 27 on our website, in Our Community. Interceding for my husband's life Now that we’re based in Calgary, Yves makes about three trips to Cameroon a year. I’ve seen him off to the airport about four times now and I can say I’m generally okay with him going away like this. Although I’ll get the occasional thought li...

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