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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 4:43 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 2:07 At Wycliffe, we believe the Bible is God’s Word to us — and as such, something that everyone should be able to understand in their own language. In this brief film, you will learn more about the crucial, life-changing ministries of Bible translation.
Length 5:39 From two civil wars to active rebel groups and widespread corruption, the people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo have suffered unthinkable trauma. This film highlights two moving stories of Congolese who found hope to go on because of biblical teaching they received on trauma healing.
Length 0:59 Imagine reading the Bible in a second language you learned in high school. Would you get frustrated and give up? For so many people around the world, that’s their reality because they have no known Scripture and no active translation project. Wycliffe envisions a Bible translation program in progress, in every language still needing one, by 2025.
Length 1:45 Scripture says that “even before He made the world, God loved us and chose us in Christ. . .” (Eph 1:4, NLT).
Millions around the world — who don’t have a word of Scripture in their own language — are unaware of God’s love, and how valuable they are to Him. But you can help change that. Let’s bring the Word of God to those still waiting for it!