Wycliffe Bible Translators is on a campaign to translate the Bible into the remaining languages that don’t have one. George Thomas visits a couple in Uganda who are pioneering the work.
The Schrocks are part of an ambitious mission by Wycliffe Bible Translators to translate the gospel into hundreds of languages.
Some 340 million people across the globe do not have a Bible in their own language, that’s why Wycliffe bible translators has been working to eliminate that number for decades.
Zimbabwe used to be one of the most unstable countries in Africa. Political violence left hundreds dead and divided the nation. But now it has a new government and it's working on a new Constitution and Christians laying the groundwork.
They called a time of death on Jeff. Then, his doctor heard the Lord say, 'Pray for him.'
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Phil and Kay Robertson of the hit A&E television program Duck Dynasty join Terry Meeuwsen to share how their faith has been integral to their success.
The graffiti on a building in Belgium says it all: "Welcome to 'Belgistan." In fact, some are now calling it the Muslim capital of Europe.