Singing the Bible

Bible translator David Ker has recorded demos of a number of songs and made them available at Soundclick. For the most part, the songs are Scripture set to music. Give them a listen, they are worth it...

Changing things around

You might notice, if you look closely, that there have been a few changes to the layout of this site. Thanks to the good work of Rob Miller at roblog, I’ve been able to make the book review and ...

(Not Bible) Translating

One of the things which I often do at conferences is help with the simultaneous interpretation from English to French. Because I was involved in facilitating our recent meeting, I didn’t have ti...

Smells

I’ve heard it said that the sense of smell is the most evocative of our senses. Yesterday, I had the opportunity to put this to the test. As part of the workshop on Results Based Management that...

The Bible wasn’t Written To You

David Ker has placed a terrific post on his Blog, Lingamish, on how the Bible should be read and understood. It’s well worth a read. This post is more than a year old. It is quite possible that ...

A Weepy Day

It’s been a funny day. It’s not often that I start crying; much less twice in one day! Over lunch I was involved in a discussion about renegotiating the contract with FATEAC, a theological...

Work and Play

In the afternoons over the last week I’ve been leading a group of Bible Translation Organisation leaders through a technique called Appreciative Inquiry. The idea is to start off by working out ...