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Workers on the Home Front
People like Nathan
Field personnel acknowledge that their work cannot happen without the committed effort back in Canda that supports them
The Computing Pastor
Wycliffe Canada's information technology staff is led by a pastor with a mind for bits and bytes.
Focused on Bible Translation
Shooting photos for <i>Word Alive</i> helps Natasha Schmale enlarge her monolingual, “white-girl-from-a-farm” perspective.
A mature New Brunswick couple, who liquidated their property to follow God’s leading, now helps others find their place in Bible translation.
Spared for More Mission
Wycliffe Canada board member Steve Kabetu’s introduction to Bible translation field work was painful, debilitating—and life-threatening.
The Passion Facilitator
Wycliffe Canada’s chief recruiter lives to help people find and follow God’s direction for their lives.
Seeking the Called
Gyoojun Lee and Wycliffe Canada’s Korean Ministries look for missionaries within their ethnic church community.
A Reluc . . . tant Missionary
Wycliffe Canada's spiritual enrichment team leader went from resistance to joyful resignation to server with the organization.
Drawing from her own experience, Wycliffe Canada’s internship co-ordinator guides students to see whether missions is for them.
Empowering God's People
Former Wycliffe translators use their field experiences to help their collegues and would-be missionaries.
Pulled Back to Push Forward
Drawn home to Canada by family ties, David Thormoset takes on a new role to support Bible translation overseas.
Wycliffe Canada's receipts manager returns to the finance department in Calgary after three decades.
Global Bible Translation News
Wycliffe helps a Bible app reach a milestone.
Translating the Gospel
Part 13 and 14
Fellow Workers in the Truth
Churches too often have a hierarchy, valuing those working at home below those on the front lines. Here at Wycliffe, we have a parallel hierarchy.