Every fall, Wycliffe Global Alliance publishes updated statistics about Bible translation around the world.
This was a stimulating week for All-Nations members pursuing Bible translation. We hosted a forum for them to learn from others and discuss a number of philosophical and practical issues in translating the Bible.
Didn't get to hear all the best from Camp Week and EXPLORE this year? We've collected them on our website, where you can watch the video or simply listen to the audio playback.
Do you wear out? Wondering what your limits are? Wanting to keep on for the long haul?
How did the message of truth arrive at your heart's door? God has chosen to use normal, flesh and blood people to impact other people. There are people living in darkness today that will some day be team members in preaching the Gospel!
The All-Nations mission begins and ends with the local church. Here's why!
Listen as Brother Val teaches on the value and importance of the local church in God's eyes. How is this reflected in your affection for your local congregation?
Why do cross-cultural church planters so often miscommunicate—sometimes without realizing it until years later? In this fresh presentation from EXPLORE 2021, Steve Stanford of Ethnos360 gives clear examples of the necessity of understanding a people's worldview.
Literacy vs. Orality in Church Planting Strategy
In this newly released recording from EXPLORE 2021, Board member Ken Miller explores "God's Vision for All the Nations."
In this engaging session, recorded at our EXPLORE event one week ago, Adam Boyd describes some of the linguistic and practical challenges of Bible translation.