Praying together for: Wycliffe Bible Translators

Wycliffe Bible Translators aims to see all people in the world have the Bible in a language they understand well. When people take the Bible’s message to heart, they are brought to saving faith in Jesus and equipped for discipleship. Their lives are changed, and their churches grow, with lasting impact on whole communities. They want everyone to hear God speak to them as they engage with the Bible in their own language.

To date, 1.5 billion people (that is 1 in 5 people in the world), are still waiting for the Bible in the language that speaks to them best. Wycliffe Bible Translators says it is not right that some of us have free access to the whole Bible while others don’t. They have called us to action, so that Together we can change this.


Prayer Points

1. The Bible changes lives – Pray that by engaging in the work of translating the Bible, people’s lives will get changed as well.

2. Wycliffe Bible Translators make the work of Bible translation to be fully rooted in prayer. Pray that the prayers resources they have produced in print and electronic media will update and equip people to play a vital part in Bible translation and encourage families and churches to pray more.

3. Pray that many will join them on their prayer journeys, which seek to help focus their prayers and deepen relationship with God as they learn about various people and projects around the world.

4. Pray that through the updates and online resources, people will engage with Wycliff activities around the world.

5. Pray for increased donations to Wycliffe Bible Translators to help in the work of making the Bible accessible to all people throughout the world in the language they understand best.

6. Pray that they will get volunteers for prayers, speakers, events, administrators, IT etc

7. Pray for family that CHBC supports as they work for Wycliffe Bible Translators in Africa; for their safety, wisdom by the power of the Holy Spirit in translating the Bible into local language and engaging with the local community in the work.

 ‘I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes.’ (Romans 1:16)

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