Papua New Guinea
A church catches the vision for Bible translation in their own country.
Papua New Guinea, Republic of Korea
Seoul Young-dong church located in Hak dong, Seoul dedicates its 30th bazaar for God's mission to supporting construction of Cocopo training center in PNG.
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.
by Rodney Ballard, Elyse Patten
South Africa, Zambia
Diane Lovell is an Australian serving as a Bible translation consultant-in-training in Southern Africa with The Seed Company, a Wycliffe Global Alliance partner organization. Diane shares how God provided her a way to continue in her work after having a baby girl while balancing it with the responsibilities of being a new mother.
by Bob Creson
Translators in the Mbam cluster project in Cameroon respond to a message about God's unconditional love and its application to their marriages.
by Kristel Ortiz
Central African Republic
[Abridged Article] “The Bible says that this world is not our country. Our country is heaven. When you live in your own country you start to forget that – you think ‘This is my world, where I live, and this is how it has always been.’ As Christians we have forgotten that our homeland is in heaven,” Christoph Mueller observes.