Your window on partnering for the unreached through
Bible translation, community development, and church planting
Saturday, June 4, 2022
with a bonus story time Friday evening!
Join in person or virtually!
June 4, 2021 Online
This is last year's schedule. We are planning the 2022 event and look forward to sharing the program with you.
2:00 The All-Nations Vision
Welcome – Bryant Martin, Communications Director
God’s Vision for All the Nations – Ken Miller, Board member
2:50 Our Mission: Partnering with Churches
How Our Church Supports Our Vision – E.W. and J.F in Mexico
Finding Our Way into a Mixtec Village – L.H. in Mexico
3:40 All-Nations Teams
The Path to Team Formation – W.D., Colombia
4:00 Bible Translation
Stories of God at Work in Bible Translation – R.W. (Wycliffe) in West Africa
5:00 One-hour Break
6:00 Bible Translation, continued
Bible Translation, Explained and Demonstrated – Adam Boyd (Wycliffe) in PNG
6:50 Community DevelopmentSetting up a Foundation for Community Development – L.S., Indonesia
Literacy vs. Orality in Church Planting Strategy – an interview with A.O., literacy coach
7:45 Church Planting
Their Worldview Grid: Lessons in Indigenous Church Planting – Steve Sanford (Ethnos360)
All-Nations Church Planting Course: an Introduction – Joel Martin, General Director
8:50 Core Values of All-Nations
May We Partner with You? – Bryant Martin
R. W. is a conservative Anabaptist who has served with Wycliffe Bible Translators in Africa for longer than All-Nations existed. She will be telling stories of what God has done and what she has learned in over 20 years as a Bible translator. We withhold her full name here for security reasons.
Adam and his family live in Papua New Guinea, where he serves in Bible translation with the Enga people. Adam also participated in our video series, God’s Word: Enduring through the Ages. He will be demonstrating what Bible translation is like.
Steve served in the jungles of Venezuela with Ethnos360 back when it was New Tribes Mission. He is now on Ethnos360’s executive leadership team and teaches at their Wayumi center in Pennsylvania. He will be sharing experiences and lessons learned with the Joti people.
Is EXPLORE worth your time? Here's what others are saying.
"An engaging and interactive time."
"Filled with well-informed snapshots of what is involved in Bible translation."
"The reality of the need and the challenges of meeting it were not sugar-coated. They were viewed through the perspective of faith."