Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Bible and literacy

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

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My Heart’s Desire Is To Read God’s Word In My Language

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

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Rules for email

Taken from a pro…Eric Schmidt “Communication in the Internet Century usually means using email…

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Using technology to share God’s Word*

Not long ago I sat down to dinner with a friend doing Bible translation work in Southeast Asia. He told me about how a unique software program has radically changed the way our translation teams operate. This program, called ParaTExt, … Continue reading

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The mission of God…

Dallas and I spent three days this week reviewing with partners the Wycliffe Global Alliance Philosophy of Bible Translation. Bible translation takes place in a context—the mission of God. It is not a stand-alone activity. There are lots of ways … Continue reading

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