Length 5:19 En lo alto de los Andes Peruanos, en las aldeas y pueblos remotos que rodean Cusco, viven 1.5 millones de Quechuas. Aunque las Escrituras han sido publicadas durante 30 años en su idioma, el Quechua de Cusco, hay líderes en cientos de las iglesias rurales que nunca han sido enseñados en los principios bíblicos básicos. Sin embargo, esto está cambiando lentamente. En Alentando y Equipando, usted podrá descubrir cómo el Señor está usando a la organización local y socio de Wycliffe, ATEK, para llevar transformación por medio de alentar y equipar a Su iglesia.
Length 4:54 La transformación está ocurriendo entre los quechuahablantes del Este de Apurímac gracias a la organización Asociación Interdenominacional para el Desarrollo Integral de Apurímac – AIDIA. Mira usted a esta película, “Caminando Juntos” para ver de primera mano el talentoso equipo de AIDIA sirviendo a su gente a través de la traducción del Antiguo Testamento, la alfabetización y mucho más.
Length 4:22 Andrea experienced something quite extraordinary—not at all the kind of journey she expected. It was a hands-on, down-to-earth, real life adventure with purpose. On this unique Wycliffe short-term trip, along with other young participants, Andrea learned some valuable life lessons. Check it out!
Length 4:43 Can this generation become truly engaged in God’s global vision? Is there a growing movement on the rise to bring transformation to marginalized Bibleless people groups? In this video, Jessica shares her deep passion for the ministry she’s privileged to serve in and ends with a challenge for you.
Length 5:26 High in the Andes Mountains of Peru, God is transforming lives through His Word. In “Walking Together,” discover how a Wycliffe partner organization is working to build up Quechua churches and impact communities through Bible translation, literacy, leadership training and more.
Length 2:25 In the 1980s, Wycliffe founder William Cameron Townsend — affectionately known as “Uncle Cam” — delivered an inspirational speech at the memorial service of a fallen missionary. This video captures Townsend’s passion for the mission we have each been given to carry the gospel message to every nation.
Length 5:18 High in the Peruvian Andes, in the remote villages and towns surrounding Cusco, live 1.5 million Quechua people. Though the Scriptures have been published for 30 years in their Cusco Quechua language, church leaders in hundreds of these rural churches have never been taught basic biblical principles. However, things are slowly changing. In Encourage and Equip, you will discover how the Lord is using Wycliffe’s local partner organization, ATEK, to bring transformation by encouraging and equipping His church.
Length 4:19 In some areas of the world, people who serve Jesus put their lives in danger on a daily basis. In this short documentary, hear a story first-hand from a local Bible translator serving in a sensitive area of Africa. A cool literacy tool is also highlighted. Hint: it’s all about Scripture in the heart language!
Length 5:14 Any way you slice it, being a mom in any culture is a fundamental role with mammoth impact. It’s especially challenging for moms who sacrifice the comforts of their homeland, travelling with their families to the ends of the earth to serve on the mission field. Meet Sun-Min, a mom who’s passionate about her family and the ministry in which they serve. But how do you keep it all in balance, in a world with water shortages, blackouts, crazy travelling conditions and more? This is a must-see video for everyone interested in serving cross-culturally, including moms.
Length 4:33 From empanadas to sago, this missionary has a passion for food and for the relationships that surround her far from her Argentine home. Peek inside the heart and soul of Elvira, a special young lady with a heart of gold. In her new cross-cultural world, every day is a big adventure.
Length 4:55 Many churches today long for a more direct, personal and meaningful involvement in God’s global mission. In this video, join us on a journey overseas as a small team from one Canadian church explores developing a relationship with a minority language group. In Wycliffe, we call these Kingdom Friendships.