Many Bible college graduates are away from home for so long that they forget their mother tongue. So how can they share God's word with their people?
Helen, who serves with Wycliffe in South Africa, and Franci, the leader of her prayer support team, reflect on the importance of serving God together.
Is God calling you to serve him overseas? Have you considered Nigeria?
Helen Fisher shares some of her favourite things about living and working in Nigeria, including a weekly Bible study in a women's prison.
The story of our namesake John Wycliffe: academic, theologian and Bible translator.
We stand on the shoulders of giants. Meet another giant of English Bible translation.
'My dream would be that they would take the gospel somewhere else,' says Steve, who works with the Fini people.
Poverty has many faces – spiritual, economic, social, physical. Ripple effects from translating the Bible play a part in reducing them all.
Seth was facing setbacks, but God had been at work behind the scenes the whole time...
Engaging with Scripture in a technologically diverse society
Rachel Robinson shares her (normal!) daily routine as a linguist in Cameroon
The Bible – especially in the language that speaks to you best – brings freedom and affects every aspect of your life and culture.
The Kisi people get a writing system for their language.
Orphan, widow, single parent and pioneer Bible translator. Meet this remarkable woman.
The New Testament and Genesis in the Flame* language was launched on 18 April – celebrate with the Flame people!
God is interested in your work life, so ask him to help you.