A day in the life of a linguist

Rachel Robinson shares her (normal!) daily routine as a linguist in Cameroon

Working from home

God is interested in your work life, so ask him to help you.

‘A great way to grow up’

Joshua (aged 13) tells us about life in Papua New Guinea, where his parents were working when he was in primary school.

The uncertainties of life

It didn’t take me long to realise that life in Cameroon would be less certain than life back home, writes Rachel Robinson.

Serving God in good times and bad

‘If Bible translation was just a job, I wouldn’t have carried on when I had to run for my life.’

How can I prepare to serve with Wycliffe?

Considering serving with Wycliffe in the future? Here's how you can prepare now.

The prayer of a righteous person

‘I’ve prayed for you every day of your life,’ said one stranger to another.

‘I find it incredible to think that God could use me…’

Chris Conn is now preparing for his first assignment with Wycliffe. He shares why he is so passionate about Bible translation.

Meeting needs I didn’t know existed

Don’t think you have to be a linguist to serve with Wycliffe! Two SkillServers share their experiences of short-term volunteering placements.

A lasting legacy

‘The leading of the Lord is so beautiful.’ How God led one young man to help set up Wycliffe Japan.

Can you help us share the greatest story?

Do you remember the first stories you heard about Jesus? The ones that made you realise that God was talking to you?

‘I am facing a big challenge in my ministry’

Pastor Kodjo Odah was dedicated as a child to become a voodoo priest, but has become the pastor of a growing Ifè church in Togo.

My favourite verse

For years, Jume heard biblical truths in the local trade language Hausa, or in English. Find out about the impact of her favourite verse now she can listen to it in her own language.

An unexpected passion for Bible translation

'Is global mission a passion of yours? It was never one of mine.' Josh Oldfield shares how God unexpectedly gave him a passion for Bible translation.

A small fish

Together, Jamie, Pete and Kelsie make up the Wycliffe 2018/19 GradTeam, serving in the Philippines since September.

Now I really understand!

After many years of waiting, the word of God is finally coming to the Dobel people in their own language.