Have you ever wondered how people make their first alphabet?
Starting this summer, we are giving people a taste of Bible Translation work in Africa, through small group meetings designed to be interactive and engaging. We introduce people to the language work we do with Wycliffe Bible Translators, in three parts (total 90 minutes):
- An interactive exercise for anyone who can read short English words. See what it’s like to discover your vowels for the first time!
- African foods typical to many of the places we have worked
- Testimonies, videos, slides and information from Wycliffe Bible Translators and our own experience. Q&A as time allows.
We have worked so far with groups of 6-25 people; we’d like to keep them small enough to allow everyone to participate. If you have a small group or Sunday school class that would be interested, or if you would like to join or host a group, please let us know, and we’ll get you on our calendar.
That said, if you have any questions about Africa, Wycliffe Bible Translators or our work, please don’t be shy; we’d love to discuss it over coffee, too. 😉 🙂