Tag Archives: Wycliffe

Breaking the Silence

This isn’t an easy post to write, and it’s been siting in “draft” for a while – both in my head and on my blog. Some people have heard bits and pieces of this story, some people have been trusted … Continue reading

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Urbana day 4

And so we end the awesomeness of Urbana. With 800 people committing for the first time or recommitting to follow Christ and also 4224 individuals committing to long term missions, it was an impactful conference. We sang in the new … Continue reading

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Urbana day 3

I write this on the morning of Day 4 and things are getting fuzzy. Thankfully we were allowed an extra 1/2 hour of sleep as we will ring in the new year with the 16,000 participants by taking communion together. … Continue reading

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Urbana day 2

Yesterday saw the close of the second day of Urbana. It went out in style with us joining in and participating in building “care kits” for those in Swaziland who care for people infected with HIV/AIDS. Imagine 16,000 students building … Continue reading

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A reason to Celebrate

Working with Wycliffe is a joy as we desire that all people will have access to Scripture in a language they understand best. With this being the Christmas Season, I’m excited about how many more people are able to read … Continue reading

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What I Do Matters!

Yesterday, as we (Wycliffe USA) celebrated Scriptures that have been completed or reprinted, I rejoiced with the people who can now learn about God in the language of their heart – the language they grew up speaking. I also look … Continue reading

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