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.
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Length 5:04 This simple tale is really a story within a story. How do you effectively reach a language and culture built around oral stories where most of the people cannot read or write? Another in the Faces of Wycliffe series, we discover David and Christy serving in a unique Bible story-telling ministry to impact an unreached language group with the power of God’s Word.
Length 5:05 Journey with us to a colourful land of oral learners, where stories have been flowing since ancient days. For many, the printed Word is difficult to understand. Our team encountered the reality of this truth.
Special thanks to the Viña Studios team in Sololá, Guatemala.
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 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 5:47 Are mother tongue Scriptures really that important? Step into the lives of a very special Pokomchi family in Guatemala. Oswaldo and his wife, Hidalia, share about life in their village of Nisnic and the impact of God’s Word in their heart language.
Length 5:38 Dineke is living in a new world, vastly different from her homeland in the Netherlands. She and husband Klaas are right in the thick of it, learning a new language and culture. This life can be daunting. In this film, Dineke shares her fresh perspective just three months into their incredible venture.
Length 5:55 This PD (Partnership Development) success story, “Totally God’s Thing” is an in-house Wycliffe film. Feel free to use with your members and staff in PD training, provide encouragement for new missionaries raising a prayer and financial support team, etc.
Length 5:41 From beginning to end, here’s the Bible translation ministry explained creatively through hand-drawn art on a whiteboard. Our deepest thanks to The Seed Company and Wycliffe South Africa for permission to use the video.
Length 5:55 In spite of a history marred by tragedy, God is at work among Canada’s First Nations. My Colour, My Language reveals how Bible translation among the Oji-Cree of Northern Ontario is affirming their identity and restoring hope in Jesus.
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 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.