‘We made ourselves available and God was gracious to use us. So began the adventure of our lives!’

Wycliffe workers John and Pam Hollman

Could you dedicate part of your life to serving the 1 in 5 people who don’t yet have the Bible in their language?

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Our friendly team would love to walk alongside you to explore the part you could play.

People with all types of skills are needed.

‘Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms’ 1 Peter 4:10

People with translation and linguistics skills who can train and serve alongside local people as they work to produce clear and accurate translations of the Bible. And if you love God’s word or think you might be good at linguistics, we can provide you with the training you need for this kind of role.

Wycliffe workers are lifelong learners! The School of Language and Scripture is one of the places you might train while serving God through Wycliffe.

There is also a great need worldwide for people with other skills. For example, accountants and finance workers steward the resources God has given us. Software engineers create apps and programs to enable people to access the Bible, and develop the next generation of tools so the pace of Bible translation can continue to accelerate. And many more people work to enable others to read, hear and understand the word of God so that the Bible transforms lives and communities – which is what Wycliffe’s work is all about.

Enquire here – we’d love to hear from you.

Cheryl Lund spent most of her career teaching, and her husband Ian worked in commerce. Watch the video below to discover how they became part of the work of Bible translation in Mozambique:

Whether you are at the beginning of your career, want to explore a change of direction, or see how you can use your skills for God, we would love to hear from you – you can contact us, read the answers to some frequently asked questions about joining Wycliffe, or explore more below about how you could be involved: