by Doug Lockhart
Settled in a community of their own, the Naskapi people of Quebec deepen their spiritual roots with help from the translated Scriptures.
After a rough start, a Wycliffe Canada couple persevered to help a remote First Nations community receive God’s Word in their language.
by Mrs. Alexis Harrison
For Jola-Bayote children, the roots of literacy are sprouting in their mother tongue, planted firmly by Evangelical Church-run class.
Interview with Tefera Endalew, who works in a Mother Tongue based Multilingual Education Programme in Ethiopia with Wycliffe Africa. He describes his first impressions of language work when he met a Wycliffe Member as a boy, and he shares the needs of the rural communities in Ethiopia where he now works years later.
by Dwayne Janke
Papua New Guinea
God did "immeasurably more" than Steven Hong and Holly Park could imagine, as He brought them together then sent them off to bless and be blessed by the Mandara people in Papua New Guinea.
by Linda Easthouse
When a young South Conchucos Quechua teacher taughter her people to read in their mother tongue, they could then succeed in Spanish.