- Demographics, Power and the Gospel in the 21st Century
"As someone concerned for the well being of Christian theology, I think there is no greater theological issue at the moment than the one with which you are concerned: Mother tongue Christian thinking is, for reasons that I hope we can discuss in the coming session, one of the crucial things for the future of the Christian faith."
- Come in with praise; go out with hope
The first of three presentations by Dr. Christopher J.H. Wright to look!2012 - the Wycliffe Global Gathering and SIL International Conference - 6 May 2012.
- Holistic Mission
The second of three presentations by Dr. Christopher J.H. Wright to look!2012 - the Wycliffe Global Gathering and SIL International Conference - 7 May 2012.
- The Church and Global Mission
The third of three presentations by Dr. Christopher J.H. Wright to look!2012 - the Wycliffe Global Gathering and SIL International Conference - 8 May 2012.
- The Cape Town Commitment
A Confession of Faith and a Call to Action
- Engaging People with Scriptures
A video from Cape Town 2010, the third Lausanne Congress on world evangelization. Fergus MacDonald explores why the Scriptures are not transforming lives in regions where they are abundantly available. He looks briefly at our approach to Bible reading.
- Communicating to Oral Learners Discussion
A video from Cape Town 2010, the third Lausanne Congress on world evangelization. Samuel Chiang facilitates a discussion about the use of oral communication strategies.
- Transformed hearts, transformed lives
Wycliffe is committed to Integral Mission: the proclamation AND demonstration of the gospel.
- The Apostle Paul, Asian Diaspora and Mission
Just as the Apostle Paul focussed initially on reaching the Jewish Diaspora as a means of spreading the gospel, so must the modern Asian Diaspora do its part in global missions.
- Liberating Word
Today, as the centre of gravity of the Christian world moves ever southward, the conservative traditions prevailing in the global South matter ever more.
- The Role And Significance Of The Translation Of The Bible
African Christianity today is inconceivable apart from the existence of the Bible in African indigenous languages. We have to regard African Christianity as potentially the representative Christianity of the twenty-first century.