Bible translation through local eyes.
It’s not right that while some have access to the whole Bible in their language, others have nothing. For millions today, it’s as if God is silent.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to grow up without access to the Bible? How would it feel to read it for the first time in a language you truly understand?
Register today for a rare opportunity to discover the impact of Bible translation through the eyes of people working today to bring God's word to their own communities.
Webinar 1: Lives being transformed in Nigeria
Thursday 22 October 2020 at 8pm via Zoom
We will be speaking with Nigerian Bible translators, who will reveal how they came to be involved in Bible translation, the difference it has made in their lives and communities, and the challenges they face as they seek to bring God’s word to their people.
Join us in this live webinar for a unique insight into how God is at work through his word and his people in Nigeria. And come prepared – our colleagues will be taking questions!
Webinar 2: In conversation with Serge Razafinjatoniary (Director for Southern Africa)
Wednesday 4 November 2020 at 8pm via Zoom
Serge Razafinjatoniary is from Madagascar, and he and his wife Olivia have served with Wycliffe for over a decade. Serge served in various roles in DR Congo before taking on his current role as Director of the work in Southern Africa. He has a deep passion to see the Bible transform the lives of many more people in Africa who don't yet have it in the language they know best.
Come and listen to Serge’s stories of how he has seen God change people’s lives through Bible translation, hear about his hopes for the future of Bible translation in Southern Africa, and take the opportunity to ask him a question during our live Q&A.
For more information and to register for both events, sign up using the form below.
Both webinars will be held on Zoom and will last for approximately 45 minutes. When you have registered, you will receive a Zoom link to the webinar. Please note, you do not need a Zoom account to join.
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