Monthly Archives: December 2014
Dallas and I went to see the movie, Unbroken, last night, and came away with mixed emotions. I had read the book so my expectations were set. Going in, I wondered how the director, Angelina Jolie, would handle the issues … Continue reading
Check out this new museum set to open on the front lawn of our nations capital.
On December 19th, the Kuo people of Chad received their New Testament. Neliyo Joel, all smiles in the photo, joined the translation work in 1995. Rejoicing with the Kuo who now hold in their hands the precious message of life … Continue reading
Communication is any business’ or organization’s most crucial task, regardless of the technology being used or with whom you are communicating. Central Florida is home to a broad spectrum of innovative and successful companies, but you might not know that … Continue reading
Advent = the arrival of something extremely important…disruptive. E.g., the advent of the printing press…the advent of the smart phone…the first advent of the Messiah…disruptive. Why care?
The desire to read the Bible is a powerful motivation for learning to read and write. At the same time, the desire that others might be equipped to read the Bible is a powerful motivation for Bible translators and others … Continue reading
Emmanuel is a taxi driver from Cameroon, West Africa, living in Oklahoma City. His first language is one of Cameroon’s more than 280 minority languages. When he drove Lois Gourley, Wycliffe’s curator for the Digital Bible Library (DBL), to her … Continue reading
Taken from a pro…Eric Schmidt “Communication in the Internet Century usually means using email…