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'A Voice for the Voiceless'

2017-06-13

A few years ago I took a university class with a student who regularly wore an old t-shirt that read “ignite your humanity” atop a picture of a globe on fire. I remember considering that motto during ...

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Fanning a Glowing Ember

2017-06-06

It was a warm June night in Dallas, Texas, in 1983. Several dozen people, laughing and chatting, had gathered in a backyard for a pot luck dinner for missionaries who serve with Wycliffe Bible Transla...

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Realizing the Impossible

2017-05-18

Ever since I could hold a pencil, drawing became deeply ingrained into my life. As I pursued the arts more seriously after secondary school, I found that drawing brought me closer to God and that He b...

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Baking and Bible Stories

2017-04-28

What does baking cookies have to do with Bible stories? For my past two years, baking and telling Bible stories went hand in hand. I live in Vietnam, and almost nobody has ovens here. Large toaster ov...

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Struggling to tell a story well

2017-04-10

In July 2015, Chenda and I were at my office trying to record the Creation story. Chenda was a local and he was a non-Christian. He had just finished retelling the story of Creation and all I could he...

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The Visual World of Sign Language

2017-03-06

Almost four years ago I stepped into the ViBi (Japan Deaf Evangel Mission) office in Tokyo as a Wycliffe summer intern. My colleagues there were the first Deaf people I’d ever met, and it was the star...

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