South Africa

Meet Durk – Weekly Inspiring Image

Sunkissed, dusty, and with a beam­ing smile, Durk Mei­jer is an end­less stream of anec­dotes about his trav­els through­out South­ern Africa as­sist­ing mi­nor­ity lan­guage com­mu­ni­ties to get God’s word in their lan­guage. Durk works for a joint ini­tia­tive known as

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Meet Durk – Weekly Inspiring Image

Sunkissed, dusty, and with a beam­ing smile, Durk Mei­jer is an end­less stream of anec­dotes about his trav­els through­out South­ern Africa as­sist­ing mi­nor­ity lan­guage com­mu­ni­ties to get God’s word in their lan­guage. Durk works for a joint ini­tia­tive known as

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News travels fast in an oral culture

Bible sto­ry­ing taps into the lifeblood of an oral cul­ture, and the sto­ries travel sur­pris­ingly fast.

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News travels fast in an oral culture

Bible sto­ry­ing taps into the lifeblood of an oral cul­ture, and the sto­ries travel sur­pris­ingly fast.

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Stories and Brotherhood: Bible Translation in Southern Africa

To­day, God is writ­ing a new chap­ter for South­ern Africa. Bible trans­la­tion or­ga­ni­za­tions across the re­gion are work­ing to­ward a com­mon goal: help­ing lo­cal com­mu­ni­ties trans­late God’s Word into their own languages.

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Stories and Brotherhood: Bible Translation in Southern Africa

To­day, God is writ­ing a new chap­ter for South­ern Africa. Bible trans­la­tion or­ga­ni­za­tions across the re­gion are work­ing to­ward a com­mon goal: help­ing lo­cal com­mu­ni­ties trans­late God’s Word into their own languages.

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Southern Sunset – Weekly Inspiring Image

There are not many places on earth where you can see the sun rise and set on the same coastline. The southern tip of the world’s biggest continent is as beautiful as it is rugged and has sunk just as

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Southern Sunset – Weekly Inspiring Image

There are not many places on earth where you can see the sun rise and set on the same coastline. The southern tip of the world’s biggest continent is as beautiful as it is rugged and has sunk just as

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Visual Language – Weekly Inspiring Image

A teacher at a school for the Deaf in South Africa converses with one of her students. It is estimated that approximately 600,000 South Africans use Sign Language as their primary language and that 75% of this Deaf community are functionally

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Visual Language – Weekly Inspiring Image

A teacher at a school for the Deaf in South Africa converses with one of her students. It is estimated that approximately 600,000 South Africans use Sign Language as their primary language and that 75% of this Deaf community are functionally

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Colours of South Africa – Weekly Inspiring Image

A row of colourful bathing houses on the beachfront reveals European influence on a uniquely South African landscape outside of Cape Town. Diane Lovell, an Australian linguist, exegete and consultant-in-training, lives nearby to enable her to travel as required throughout

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Colours of South Africa – Weekly Inspiring Image

A row of colourful bathing houses on the beachfront reveals European influence on a uniquely South African landscape outside of Cape Town. Diane Lovell, an Australian linguist, exegete and consultant-in-training, lives nearby to enable her to travel as required throughout

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Meet Diane

I love the way Diane is determined to continue with her calling in Bible translation but also recognises that being a mother is a full-time gig. It was special for me to meet Diane because she is Australian – from Queensland!

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Meet Diane

I love the way Diane is determined to continue with her calling in Bible translation but also recognises that being a mother is a full-time gig. It was special for me to meet Diane because she is Australian – from Queensland!

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The Lausanne Congress

I’m standing in the corner, staring out over the crowd. Watching, waiting. I assess where the light is strongest, I consider my approach. The speaker is wrapping up, and giving the table groups their questions. The lights are up, I’m

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The Lausanne Congress

I’m standing in the corner, staring out over the crowd. Watching, waiting. I assess where the light is strongest, I consider my approach. The speaker is wrapping up, and giving the table groups their questions. The lights are up, I’m

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