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Bible Distribution Year-End Update

So far this year, we have provided more than 60,000 Bibles to people in need around the world. We are eager to bring the Word of God to places where hope is limited and Christians are persecuted for their faith. We are not only investing in Bibles, we are investing in the spiritual development of the individuals who receive them.

Published: December 4, 2015


Project Update

China, Iraq, Peru, Cuba, Jordan, North Korea, and Syria China, Iraq, Peru, Cuba, Jordan, North Korea, and Syria

Millions of people around the world live every day with no access to the Bible or any form of it. They are living in the dark without the everlasting hope found in the Gospel. Thankfully, through World Help’s Bible Distribution programs around the world, we are literally putting God’s Word into the hands of men, women, and children who have never had one. By printing and distributing Bibles, we are meeting the most urgent need of new believers worldwide.

Through these programs, we are able to provide Bibles to countries where Christians have been severely persecuted . . . countries like China, Iraq, Peru, Cuba, Jordan, North Korea, and Syria. By providing God’s Word, we are investing in the spiritual development of individuals, families, and even entire communities.

The Middle East has been in turmoil and conflict for years, and hundreds of thousands of Christians have fled their homes in the middle of the night with only the clothes on their back . . . they literally left everything behind. By providing Bibles, we are giving them hope in their time of distress, the courage to face what lies ahead, and the strength to pray to the God who can save them.

We are excited to share the testimony of individuals who have received these Bibles and what this gift means to them.

Living at an IDP camp in Mosul, refugee Entisar Mousa said, “We do not know how we will live without this aid that you provide to us. We are very grateful to you; you make us feel safe and happy. Also, thank you very much for these Holy Bibles; this is the real bread.”

ISIS has tried to take everything from these people forcing them to flee their homes, torturing them, and taking innocent lives . . . but the one thing they couldn’t take from them was their faith.

“ISIS made us FORGET to take our Bibles as we fled our homes, but God did not FORGET our need for His Word,” a refugee said after receiving a copy of God’s Word through our Bible Distribution program.

Others could not hold back their tears saying, “The best time we spend in our ‘exodus’ from our homes is with the Word of God.”

So far this year, we have provided more than 60,000 Bibles to people in need around the world.

We are eager to bring the Word of God to places where hope is limited and Christians are persecuted for their faith. We are not only investing in Bibles, we are investing in the spiritual development of the individuals who receive them.

BIBLES FOR CHRISTMAS

This Christmas season, give the greatest gift of all by sharing the love of Christ with men, women, and children worldwide.

New believers will receive their own copy of God’s Word to help them grow in their faith and experience the love, peace, and comfort that can be found through Christ. Give the message of eternal hope today by providing a Bible this Christmas.

Change the world through the love of God by visiting worldhelp.net/gifts.

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Additional Reading
    • The Word of God in ISIS Territory
    • Christians living in Iraq continue to endure extreme hardship, unimaginable persecution, and tremendous suffering.

    • Cuba is Ready for Transformation
    • Cuba is on the threshold of spiritual transformation. It has been estimated that 100,000 Cubans come to Christ every year. Churches are growing at an amazing pace but lack the most essential tool to help new believers grow in their faith—the Word of God.

    • A Crime Punishable by Death
    • Chilling reports have just been released by South Korean news sources confirming that in the past several weeks, the North Korean government has publicly executed at least 80 people for minor infractions . . . including owning a Bible.

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