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Bible League: Jesus Christ Changing Lives In India, Kenya, Colombia, Middle East

Posted by Job on March 5, 2008

They could ALL receive Bibles

They could ALL receive Bibles
India–Like many preachers in India, Nikhil had no formal training—he simply felt called to lead a congregation. But once he realized there was so much to learn, he turned to a Bible League-trained Christian who was offering Bible studies. Read more

Taking a stand for the Gospel

Taking a stand for the Gospel
Middle East–Aaqib refused to give up when he encountered difficulties in establishing a church. Because of his faith, more Christians are now sharing the Gospel in an area where Islam dominates. This church and others like it are beacons for Christ amid strife and violence. Read more

Breadth of mercy

Breadth of mercy
Colombia–Envigado, Colombia is home to more than 175,000 people. Surrounded by lush green hills and winding roads, walks on dirt paths and through the mountains are inevitably routes taken daily. One Colombian man shares his story of a winding path that led him into the arms of a loving Savior. Read more

God's Word continues to go forth in Kenya

God’s Word continues to go forth in Kenya
Despite deadly riots and widespread violence in Nairobi, as well as in Kenya’s eastern and western provinces, Bible League staff members are continuing ministry. While three ministry areas have been completely shut down, Bible League staff members are pressing their
way through the tense spiritual environment. Read more.


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Bible League: Faith Works All Over The World

Posted by Job on January 9, 2008

Can  anything good come from Bucaramanga?
Latin America—Tatiana’s young life was filled with abuse. She turned to alcohol to sooth her unbearable pain. Even though her little son needed so much, she had nothing to give. The cycle of neglect, it seemed,would continue into another generation. Read more.

Going the distance to give God’s Word
Africa—An African man visits family he has not seen in years, and finds that there is no church in their village. God leads him to establish a new church there and the only way he can get to the place, is to walk a decayed dirt road. Find out more

Tradition now a true relationship
A scant 8,100 or so of Serbia’s 10 million people (less than 0.1 percent of the population) are evangelical Christians. But God’s Church is growing in this country that has suffered throughwar, poverty, and more. God’s Word is transforming the lives of people like Djordje. Read more.

God’s Word brings happiness

Irina and her children endured beating after beating from her husband. God’s Word had transformed her life. She doubted it could change his. But today Irina knows that the power of God’s Word is far beyond what she ever dreamed or imagined. Her entire family now knows Jesus Christ. Read more.

Bible League staff in Peru minister to earthquake survivors
A recent earthquake in Peru devastates lives. As the painful disaster zone remains, Bible League ministry in Peru is impacting Peruvians with God’s Word—providing hope to earthquake survivors in this time of tragedy. Find out more.

Bible League impacts generations of Kaiwá people group
The long-term impact of Bible League ministry is evident by the transformed lives of the Kaiwá people. A legacy of Christ followers began when one woman came to know the love of a Savior through translating God’s Word in her heart language. Find out more.

Listen to their voices cry out in need and thanksgiving
Visit our audio library and listen to people around the world express their need for God’s Word. Select the country that you have a heart for. Tune in now

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