Next Friday we leave Wake Forest and head down to Orlando for a two week orientation at Wycliffe Bible Translators’ USA headquarters. I thought now woud be a good time to make a static page on our site providing information about our plans with Wycliffe. You can check this page out by clicking the Wycliffe link at the top.

We look forward to hearing the thoughts, reactions, and questions from our MaustsOnToast faithful. Let us know what you think!


  1. Drew   •  

    That’s awesome! My church here in Dallas sponsors a few Wycliffe missionaries. Good luck!

    • drew   •  

      Thanks! We are really thrilled to be a part of this fantastic organization. Bible translation is something that I have felt passionately about for a while so it’s great to be transitioning to it as a career.

      Actually we should be headed down to Dallas in a year or so to complete the remaining linguistics that we have to take at GIAL. Been there? Is it close to you? Would be great to hang with you again.

      I can add you to our email newsletter list if you like so you can get our updates and prayer requests.

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