Wycliffe

Wycliffe Bible Translators

Today about 350 million people do not have the Bible in their own language. Wycliffe’s vision is to see the Bible accessible to all people in the language they understand best. To make this vision a reality, Wycliffe also focuses on community development, literacy development and church partnerships. 

Jim and I, with our three small children, joined Wycliffe in 1984, first living and moving with the nomadic Gabbra herders of Northern Kenya.

Now we live and work from Lebanon, Oregon. Jim volunteers to coordinate a computerized Greek project that assists translation teams worldwide. Dorothea coordinates the Children’s Communication Team for Wycliffe USA, providing free, online curriculum and stand-alone lessons for teachers and parents at
http://www.wycliffe.org/Resources/Kids/FreeCurriculum.aspx.  She also coordinates projects with like-minded organizations and publishers.

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2 responses to “Wycliffe

  1. We used to be close to Deanna and Tim Feaver and family, many years ago in Fresno. Is there some way I can find out more about Deanna’s passing? I just found out about it before leaving for worship!

    Thank you!

    • Dear Patti,
      Deanna went to be with her Lord on November 1 of 2010, here in Portland, Oregon. Tim and the children had a worshipful celebration of her life/memorial for her at Central Bible Church not long thereafter. She suffered for many years from the devestations of lupus. She and Tim worked with ACMC following their time with Wycliffe. The last I knew, Tim was driving bus in Portland and doing ministry. I am sorry that I have not kept in touch with Tim. Would you like me to ask some fellow colleagues if they have any news? I’d be glad to do that for you.
      Blessings,
      Dorothea

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