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.
A language survey team is welcomed at three villages in Papua New Guinea.
Joshua (aged 13) tells us about life in Papua New Guinea, where his parents were working when he was in primary school.
Explore 2,000 years of Bible translation!
It didn’t take me long to realise that life in Cameroon would be less certain than life back home, writes Rachel Robinson.
Meet Khalid, Shokhrat and Memyan as they encounter the gospel message in unexpected ways.
In August the Keliko people of South Sudan celebrated the launch of their New Testament in exile in northern Uganda.
‘If Bible translation was just a job, I wouldn’t have carried on when I had to run for my life.’
Relationships are fundamental to the success of Bible translation. A shared interest can make all the difference.
Find out more about the stories from this year’s free calendars.
Considering serving with Wycliffe in the future? Here's how you can prepare now.
‘I’ve prayed for you every day of your life,’ said one stranger to another.