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27May, 2016 Bruce Smith

Bruce Smith

Memorial Day

Three weeks ago I stood at my mother’s graveside. During the few days between her death and her memorial service I searched my memory for ways to understand life from her perspective. For the first time in my life I realized that she was just 8 years old when World War II began. She was 14 when World War II ended. She graduated from high school in 1950, the year the Korean War began. The next year the U.S. began requiring men between 18-26 years of age to register for military service. My parents married in the midst of that war.

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25May, 2016 Bruce Smith

Bruce Smith

Selling God's Word

“There is little doubt that the Bible is the worlds best-selling and most widely distributed book.” (http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/best-selling-book-of-non-fiction/)

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17May, 2016 Bruce Smith

Bruce Smith

The Gateway is Open

“We give everything away,” could be our slogan. It’s been a hallmark of Wycliffe Associates for forty nine years.

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27April, 2016 Bruce Smith

Bruce Smith

Outside the Conformity Zone

Innovation. It simply means to do something new. You know, in a way that is different than other ways. Innovation is not essentially a criticism of other ways. It is merely another way. But it is, by definition, unconventional. Innovation defies convention, and that very defiance is a threat to the status quo.

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As President and CEO of Wycliffe Associates, Dr. Bruce A. Smith has made it his life-long goal to reach as many people as possible with the Gospel through the ministry of Bible translation—affecting hundreds of language groups who still need the Bible translated into their heart language. Bruce and his wife Jan have two daughters, two sons-in-love, and are the proud grandparents of four grandsons.

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