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Bible Translation is a Social Justice Issue

A pastor blogs about hearing Eddie Arthur, Executive Director of Wycliffe UK, speak about Bible translation: Eddie talked about the fact that nearly 340 million have no access to the Bible. He said many have said this isn’t a big deal considering there are 6 billion people that in the world. But, most of those 340 […]

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The Prayers of God’s People Will Mess You Up

I was not prepared for the beautiful, powerful prayers of God’s people at Union Missionary Baptist Church. We went last night to cast a vision for what God is doing through Bible translation to bring his message of hope and redemption to Bibleless communities all over the world, but we left having caught a vision […]

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Christmas Reflections

We had a spectacular time in England while we were there over Christmas. It was an especially busy time as we tried to fit in sightseeing around spending time with family and friends. A couple of days after we arrived England got a lot of snow, so needless to say that slowed us down a […]

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Missions is Too Important to Be Left to Professionals

Here’s a good word from MissionsMisunderstood.com: More often than not, “partnering in missions,” means small churches give what little money they think they can afford to a larger church or a missions sending agency that will handle mobilization, screening, indoctrination, training, sending, and maintenance of missionaries on the field. This is not “partnering,” it’s outsourcing. […]

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