Linking the Canadian Church with the world's minority language groups, to see community transformation through Bible translation, use of translated Scriptures, mother-tongue literacy and education.

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Kathy and Kerry Varcoe

On February 11th 2017, Final Approval was awarded the Tela Oral Bible ...
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Henk & Margreet Denoudsten

Feb 20: we have finished our Solomon Islands tour of duty and loved to...
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"Prayer does not fit us for greater works," wrote author and teacher Oswald Chambers. "Prayer is the greater work...."

Bible translation and related ministries are God's work. We want to be listening to Him, relying on His strength and reflecting His heart of love for the people we serve. To that end, we deeply value your prayers for Wycliffe’s staff and projects. We invite you to pray for the people featured here, and to use the prayer resources we are pleased to offer.

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Praying for People Working in Sensitive and Challenging Regions

Translation is in progress for more than 400 people groups whose homelands are in a “sensitive area.” A sensitive area is an area of the world where political, religious, cultural or other situations in a community require extra care to ensure that neither those involved in ministry nor their work is endangered. Work may take place in-country, in a neighboring region or among a diaspora community. For others, day-to-day living alone can be extra challenging, whether due to some of the same factors as above, or because of some of the physical and psychological situations encountered. For example, there may be special issues connected with children’s education, climate or radical cultural differences concerning the role of women. Here are some ways you can pray for people live and work in such regions.