They Walk in Darkness

They Walk in Darkness

What is it like to walk without the Good Shepherd? You have received so much light in your life and walk in hope and blessing of that light. But what if your world was in darkness, shrouded only in fear?  Benin is in dire need of the light of the world. It is one of...
Giving Thanks in Jerusalem

Giving Thanks in Jerusalem

Last week some of our staff and students gathered in the courtyard of our small Jerusalem campus sharing and giving thanks for what God is doing around the world through the work of Bible translation. We are bursting at the seams and adding more classrooms and offices...
A Great Light

A Great Light

This Christmas we have an opportunity to make a difference in one of the darkest regions of the world. Five indigenous translators from Wycliffe Benin have left their homes and communities to study biblical Hebrew in order to give the whole Word to the people of...
Sukkot—Celebrating Belonging

Sukkot—Celebrating Belonging

Preparing together for a permanent home School of Biblical Hebrew and master’s students are now together in Jerusalem from around the world, learning “from the source” to translate the whole Word into languages that have never known God’s full...
Mercy Triumphs Over Judgment

Mercy Triumphs Over Judgment

 A Reflection on Yom Kippur   There is one day in Jerusalem when time seems to stand still. No vehicles move on the roads; the airport, stores and restaurants all shut down, and the usually bustling and packed city is quiet. If you were to walk with our students down...
A Revolution in Bible Access

A Revolution in Bible Access

  Eliminating the Original Testament Gap Shalom! We are excited to share this new video with you: A Revolution in Bible Access  “To meet the goal of giving the whole Bible to the whole world in our generation, it is estimated that an additional 10,000 translators...