That’s impossible...isn’t it?
An estimated two-thirds of the world learns better through stories, proverbs and songs than through the written word.
Two members of the Aldor* Bible storying project from Southeast Asia share what Christmas means to them.
In this fourth week of Advent, we consider the Virgin Mary and storing treasure in our hearts.
In this third week of Advent, we consider John the Baptist and how we view God.
In this second week of Advent, we consider the prophets and listening to the Lord.
This Advent, we will use stories from the world of Bible translation alongside some traditional themes to prepare our hearts for Christmas.
In this first week of Advent, we consider the patriarchs and handing on the faith to others.
Participants from over 30 countries recently gathered at the 2019 Inclusion, Mobility, and Multilingual Education Conference to explore issues of language and development.
Taste and see that the Lord is good!
We’re exploring how God communicates with us through all our senses.
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to have a family storytelling time?
'They reacted spontaneously, making comments or affirmations, and conversed with the narrator.'
Jo Constantine, a long-term Wycliffe supporter, writes about how God has been leading her deeper into ‘praying at all times in the Spirit’ (Ephesians 6:18).
If your church decided to build an elaborate new pulpit in the shape of a lobster, what would you think?
Just translating the Bible into the local language isn’t the end of the story – people also need to be equipped to engage with and apply Scripture to their daily lives.