July 2011

Along with our son, Scott, and his wife, Sarah, we are look long forward to the birth of baby boy Creson on July 12! Soon to be grandparents…

Fun seeing all our longtime friends in Ventura who happily still seem to love us…we certainly love them!  The work of Wycliffe and the Last Languages Campaign (http://www.wycliffe.org/) was spotlighted in all three morning services at our home church, Ventura Missionary, and we have had good interactions with the missions board chair, the missions pastor and head pastor.  If you would like to learn more about the Last Languages Campaign

We’re inserting a quick trip to Lima, Peru for a few days next week for the launch of a delightful and encouraging new partnership, Every Tribe Every Nation.  While the Word of God does not change, the means by which it is communicated does. Today we are at the threshold of instantly delivering various formats of Scripture content through an unprecedented global system of digital communications. This transition from print to digital delivery has opened opportunities that challenge traditional methods of language development, translation, scripture production, distribution, evangelism and discipleship.  Learn more….

As that brief video demonstrates, technology is becoming a key component in the acceleration of Bible translation. Sooner rather than later, more communities will have the Scriptures in the language that best speaks to them, and evolving technology will have contributed greatly— not just to the speed but also to the quality of the translation. Read more

About Bob Creson

President/CEO of Wycliffe Bible Translators USA, Orlando, Florida. It is an injustice not to have the right to read the Scriptures.
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