Motivated by Kande's Story, Congolese believers cultivate hope by reaching out to victims of HIV-AIDS.
Kande's Story is often the first AIDS-education resource in local languages where Bible translation and literacy efforts are underway.
For Jola-Bayote children, the roots of literacy are sprouting in their mother tongue, planted firmly by Evangelical Church-run class.
Mary Yusuf rejoices at the first publications of Scripture in her language. She hopes that God's word will impact the lives of her children and her husband.
By the grace of God, Lydia Teera overcame personal tragedy to love and serve Him. Then He called her into service in the ministry of Bible translation in her home country, Uganda.
Papua New Guinea: Workshop helps people combine ministry and business—for the glory of God and his Word.
A video which speaks of efforts being made by Wycliffe and its partners to bring God's word to bear to effect healing of lives damaged by war, sexual assault and disease across the African continent.
A photographic essay featuring victims of trauma in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
[Abridged Article] Speakers of Guji-Oromo engage with Scripture to gain an understanding of how to respond to HIV and AIDS in their community.
Healing the wounds of trauma in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
Speakers of Guji-Oromo engage with Scripture to gain an understanding of how to respond to HIV and AIDS in their community.
A Bible translation workshop gave Tanna women a chance to understand what it is all about.
Wycliffe Japan staff and Wycliffe supporting churches fill boxes of supplies for evacuees
The Social Impact of Bible Translation
Plans are in place to fund and build a ferry boat to meet Bible translation needs, as well as needs in health care, evangelism, and education in the Bijago Islands of Guinea Bissau.
A video depicting the impact of the ministry of Trauma Healing on communities torn by conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Translation of AIDS booklet and teaching are bringing healing and hope to those in need--across Africa.