Tag Archives: Wycliffe

Hello, July.

What? Well, I’m not really apologizing, I guess. Life is life. But I really didn’t intend to drop off the face of the blogosphere for three-and-a-half months. Nevertheless, that is the reality. So rather than provide an excuse for the … Continue reading

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Joab and David

Janet McLarren has been leading our class this week in a brief survey of anthropology and its connection to biblical translation in those places of the world without Scripture. I have enjoyed hearing her speak and share her insight. But … Continue reading

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Some Stuff From Today

Today we covered some interesting ground, and a number of  people spoke about the need for translation for  those language groups that had not yet been reached. I must admit I’m pretty amazed at some of what Wycliffe has to … Continue reading

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Waxhaw

So I arrived in Waxhaw, North Carolina today, ready to attend a conference put on by Wycliffe Bible Translators called Total It Up!. It covers a lot of different subject areas, all in some way related to translating Scripture into … Continue reading

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