The Miraculous Gift of a Bible
  • 28 February 2019

Every Sunday morning, the pastor of a small church in a remote part of Cuba took a piece of chalk and purposefully wrote a passage of Scripture on a chalkboard. Church members then carefully wrote the verses in their tattered notebooks, slowly adding to the only copy of Scripture they owned. They were committed to […]

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The Courier’s Dilemma
  • 28 February 2019

After a long flight, four VOM workers stepped off their plane and approached Chinese customs with a total of 300 Bibles in their luggage. Several years had passed since Mao’s brutal Cultural Revolution had ended in 1976, and the communist country had cautiously opened its borders to international tourism. Although Bibles were still illegal, the […]

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Sowing the Word of God Despite the Risk
  • 26 February 2018

The same cry, loud and clear, remains consistent: “We need more Bibles!” In recent years, India has experienced ever-increasing attacks on it’s Christian minority particularly from Hindu extremists. To make the situation worse, these acts of violence seem to be actively encouraged by India’s local and national governments. Representing only a little over 2% of […]

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India: Risking it all for a Bible
  • 26 February 2018

The persecution of Christians in India has risen over the past year, pushing it up in the list of countries where the practice of the Christian faith is a high-risk activity. Hindu fanatics attempt to forcibly convert people to the dominant faith of their nation, often turning to violence when community discrimination and non-violent oppression […]

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Is this Holistic Mission?
  • 19 May 2016

People need the Gospel, don’t they? More than anything else. We need to share the Good News with the lost and encourage believers with God’s Word. But what about when physical needs are more urgent; when a person needs help to survive before they’re in a position to hear the Gospel? We can’t ignore physical […]

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