Ending Bible poverty by facilitating the translation of God's Word among minority language communities worldwide.

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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 Bibl...

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That was not the word I was expecting to hear from a federal judge. I was attending a Call to the Bar ceremony for a colleague stepping into a role as our in-house legal counsel and privacy officer. A...

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Ending Bible "Poverty"?


Wycliffe Canada’s new mission statement says we exist to end Bible poverty by facilitating the translation of God’s Word among minority language communities worldwide. But what is Bible “poverty”? To ...

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Who knows joy like the marginalized?


Last week I cycled past a sign in a mall window that heralded "Joy to the City." It gave me pause. What joy could they possibly be talking about? What does the world mean by joy? Is joy simply the mer...

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Driving Wedges


"Russian agents intending to sow discord among American citizens disseminated inflammatory posts…”1 "The Russia-linked posts were 'an insidious attempt to drive people apart'…”1 In the world today we’...

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Beyond Translating the Bible


If you ask the average Canadian what Wycliffe Bible Translators does, they can usually make an educated guess. But our work goes way beyond translating the Bible. Over the years, Word Alive has cast l...

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