God’s Word has power to change lives, by revealing sin and shining a light on the only Saviour, Jesus Christ. That’s why literacy programs often go hand in hand with Bible translation. And when people gain access to other translated resources like Bible studies and devotional materials, local churches thrive spiritually.
Literacy also benefits the broader community. It can preserve previously unwritten languages and help record traditional forms of oral history and storytelling. In a rapidly changing world, literacy opens doors to education, economic empowerment, and a better life for the next generation.
Read on to discover how literacy efforts through Wycliffe and its global partners are helping people everywhere connect with God and with the broader world around them.