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.

Resources

A Labour of Love

His daughter’s disabilities in​spired a Wycliffe technician to create software that aids new readers in any language. By Doug Lockhart Back in the late ‘90s, Wycliffe Canada’s Norbert Rennert and his ...

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From B.C. to Peru

Langley’s Christian Life Assembly begins a partnership through Wycliffe Canada among the Quechua people. By Nathan Frank Written on the lobby wall of Christian Life Assembly (CLA) in Langley, B.C. is:...

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Divine Help in the Bougainville Crisis

The name of the Lord is a strong tower; the righteous run to it and are safe. Proverbs 18:10 Although many people in Bougainville died during the crisis due to direct political conflict, lack of medi...

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Audio Clips

Wouldn't it be better stewardship to give all the money spent on trips by church members to AIDIA's ministries? Chris Denis gives his answer (and a challenge to other churches ...

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To Every Corner of the Rupununi

A visionary former schoolteacher leads a grassroots organization to spread literacy among the Wapishana people. “Happy” translated into the Wapishana language of Guyana, South America, is konaukii (ko...

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The Word Won't Wait

Wapishana church leaders were already feeding their people with mother tongue Scriptures, as they awaited the published New Testament. It’s 10 a.m. on Sunday morning, and church is about to begin at t...

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Tapping into the heart of indigenous arts

The wide blue skies at the mouth of the St. Lawrence river, the jagged mountains from Sept-Iles to the Labrador border, the intonations of Innu and Naskapi spoken by mothers, children and railroad emp...

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2013 Calendar Wallpapers

The images from our 2013 calendar are available here for download with an optional calendar overlay in English or French. Choose the resolution you want and then click the image/links below to open th...

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Audio Clip: Kids Count to 10 in Jola-Bayote

Listen to the kids take turns leading their classmates count to 10 in their Jola-Bayote mother tongue. “Endon, tigha, fazi!” (in English, “One, two, three!”), the students shout eagerly as their teach...

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Audio Clip: Jola-Bayote Believers Worship God.

It is Sunday, November 13, 2011, and the village of Arame’s first-ever church service for Bayote-speaking Christians is underway. A tin roof is no barrier to the memorized, a cappella words—formed on ...

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