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Derryl and Karen Friesen

The Miracles Just Don’t Stop! A full decade ago we held our first ever...
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Justin & Tammy Hettinga

Dear friends, It’s a busy travel season for Justin. In January he was ...
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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 or­ga...

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Putting Language into Words


When she travels to Africa this summer, Brantford’s Kathryn van Wyngaarden will help put an oral language into words for the first time in its history. The linguistic student at Tyndale University ...

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Languages with Scripture a "Pleasant Surprise"


As of November 2016, the Wycliffe Global Alliance (WGA) reported that 3,223 (45 per cent) of the 7,097 languages spoken on the globe have some Scripture portions. The international umbrella organizati...

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Let's Be Clear About This


“I saw the man in the park with the binoculars." There's something wrong with that sentence. Can you spot it? Accuracy, clarity, naturalness and acceptability are the essential qualities of a good Bib...

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Up in the Air


As pilot Mark Spangler flies his helicopter across a dark sky, the faint whirl of chopper blades alerts people on the ground of its arrival. When it inches into view, adults and children rush toward t...

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A Boy and His Treasure


In the Andes mountains of Peru, in a town called Abancay, a 12-year-old boy received one of the greatest treasures ever — Scripture in his mother tongue. It happened at the dedication of the Eastern A...

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