The COVID-19 pandemic interrupted life as we know it. But thankfully, your efforts to place God’s Word in people’s hands has continued in exciting ways.
Azat had grown up without having a true understanding of God’s Word. At 64 years old, and now a husband and father
Jovy’s life has drastically changed. Formally described as a “Mary Magdalene”, Jovy now understands what it is to surrender your life to Christ
“I was a very radical Muslim,” Naim* admits. “I held a very strong stance against Christianity. It was against my religion back then to even share food and water with infidels.”
Clotilda’s life came crashing down when her husband was killed by a stray bullet while going about his day.
The word pandemic is scary. It means a global outbreak that occurs when a new disease emerges. Because the disease is so new, there’s no immunity, meaning it spreads, and fast.
Seb* is a 43‐year‐old man from the Middle East. God’s Word is transforming his life through the Bible‐based Literacy program you help make possible. Seb explains…
Pastor Ernest Hayford leads a church that meets under a tree in Tamale, one of the poorest regions in Ghana – and people walk for miles to attend.
Kosovo is home to 1.9 million people, of whom 96 percent are Muslim. There are only 500 evangelical Christians and 30 churches – who desperately need your support.
“Life is tough here,” 16-year-old Shonchita begins. “We don’t have electricity and have to rely on kerosene lamps at night. The conditions of the roads are not good either.
In the Dominican Republic’s capital of Santo Domingo, Ramon looked out over a local neighbourhood that was known for selling drugs, betting, witchcraft, prostitution and high rates of delinquency, and he dreamt of planting churches.
Even people from the most desperate backgrounds are coming to know God!
In February and March, Bible League will be partnering with Australian Christian radio stations and friends like you in Bringing Hope Behind Bars