Throwback Thursday: How Long Halt Ye Between Two Opinions

I rejoice in the way in which the Jesus film is being received amongst the Kouya, in Madagascar and around the world. But I also hope that with time, someone will produce updated versions of the film which are more suited to international audiences.

Stories Within Stories

In 1988 we arrived in the village of Déma to start working with the Kouya people. We learned the Kouya language, helped to develop an alphabet and literacy materials and finally, in 2012, the Kouya New Testament was dedicated. Of course, during that time, we have been involved in other activities and our involvement with the … Continue reading Stories Within Stories


It was the last day of Wycliffe's International gathering. For seven days, five hundred leaders of Bible translation organisations from over sixty five countries had met together to pray, to discuss and to seek God's will for the future. As the conference closed, the chair called for a time of prayer and suggested that people … Continue reading Culmination!

Well Used…

In 1974, my brother Phil gave me a Bible. It was the first Bible I'd ever owned and having just become a Christian, I was thrilled with it. Forty years ago, Bibles were real Bibles, this was a large, dark-blue, hardback, King James Version with cross references and the words of Jesus in red. Looking … Continue reading Well Used…