There are encouraging signs that the political power struggle which has been going on in Madagascar over the last few weeks may be moving towards resolution: Madagascar’s president and his political rival have agreed to try to calm… Read More
I was disturbed to hear news a couple of days ago of political unrest in Madagascar’s capital city, Antananarivo. It seems like the mayor of the city, Andry Rajoelina, and President Marc Ravalomanana are at loggerheads following the… Read More
The BBC report on an aspect of Malagasay life about which I knew absolutely nothing: To outsiders dancing with the corpse of a dead loved one, years after their demise, might seem ghoulish. But as Jonny Hogg reports,… Read More
There is an interesting article on the Lausanne World Pulse website entitled: ‘The Luke Partnership: A First Step in Evangelism, Church Planting and Discipleship.’ The Luke Partnership is a joint project of The Seed Company (a Wycliffe Bible… Read More
As you know, Sue works on projects in Madagascar which aim to translate the Gospel of Luke and the Jesus film script into languages which don’t yet have any of the BIble. This is part of a movement… Read More
A few days ago Sue wrote; “I don’t know why I feel so tired”. Well, this video proves that she had earned the right to feel tired. In this two minute clip she isn’t checking a translation for… Read More
From Sue’s weekend foray into a lemur park. This post is more than a year old. It is quite possible that any links to other websites, pictures or media content will no longer be valid. Things change on… Read More
What could be simpler than asking someone to close the door you mightthink? But whenever you try and translate something from one language to another you come across the phenomenon of language and culture beingso closely bound together… Read More
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