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Joyful Expectation

Being a mom to seven kids has provided Kelly with plenty of opportunities to rely on God for help. Read about how God taught her to rely on him alone.

Let Go: A Call to Repentance

An uncomfortable, fundamental reshaping of our hearts forces us to see beyond ourselves to the truth that life isn’t all about us. God calls his children out of the wild grasping and into the confidence of knowing we’re cradled securely in his arms.

A God of Hope

Trauma can make people feel hopeless. But through translated Scripture, people find hope and healing. Learn about trauma healing workshops through reading Larry and Cami’s story.

Your Gifts, His Mission

When you hear the name “Wycliffe Bible Translators,” what kind of roles or jobs do you think of first? Translation? Linguistics? Languages? Did you know there are other kinds of roles like communications and human resources? Or teaching and information technology?

Come and See: The Story of the Keliko New Testament

In 1985, Keliko church leaders made plans to translate the Bible into the their language so that the people could fully understand the Word of God. At the time, there was nothing even written in Keliko.

But on August 11, 2018, after nearly 35 years of fierce determination, the lives of the Keliko changed forever.