It’s not right that while some have free and easy access to the Bible in their languages, others have nothing.

For millions, trying to access God’s word can cost them dearly, living in countries where persecution of Christians is rife.

Join us from 8–9pm on 22 April for the next Discover Online event and find out how the power of God’s word is transforming lives in places that are hard to reach for the gospel. Hear local pastors and translators working with Wycliffe describe how courageous believers, facing danger and challenges, translate and share the Scriptures.

We’ll introduce you to the what, why and how of Bible translation: What exactly it is? Why is it so essential? How is God using translated Scriptures within the persecuted Church? And how do people get involved? There will be live interviews and plenty of time for Q&A.

Register your interest for Discover Online on 22 April by filling in the form below.

View previous Discover Online webinars for more inspiration.

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