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Translators Use Technology to Combat 'Bible Poverty'
Wycliffe Reaches Milestone in Bible Translations
You may have heard about Colorado Springs and Orlando---Christian "Mecca Cities" for ministry organizations, but have you heard about Chiang Mai?.It's a missions hub located in northern Thailand and it’s become a launching pad for hundreds ... ...
Chiang Mai a Gateway for Modern Missions
Pokomchi People Rejoice over New Testament
Critics Steamed over Bible Translation for Muslims
Native Translators Labor in Love for Cameroon
Cameroon Natives Involved in Bible Translation
A recent controversy over a scripture translation meant for Muslims has created an uproar. Wycliffe Bible Translators and other ministries are under fire for their role in the translation. Wycliffe USA president Bob Creson talks about this issue.
More than 340 million people don't have a Bible in their own language. In Cameroon, more natives are stepping in to help translate the Scripture into their own language.
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.
The Schrocks are part of an ambitious mission by Wycliffe Bible Translators to translate the gospel into hundreds of languages.
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.
Both Ken and Mendy knew that after they graduated from Anderson they'd begin translating the Bible into a tribal language somewhere in the world. Seven years after they married, they began their work with Wycliffe Bible Translators.
Jonathan Aitken - From Disgrace to Amazing Grace
Evangelist Billy Graham hardly preaches anymore, but his old messages are still having an impact.
During this Christmas season, almost 2 million Africans will read the story in their own language for the first time.