I’ve tried to never take owning a Bible for granted.
During my travels over the last 30 years of World Help’s ministry, I’ve witnessed first-hand how rare the Scriptures can be, especially for people living in poverty or persecuted areas.
That’s why it’s always so encouraging to see how one Bible can transform many different lives. It can provide hope for entire families — like Anya’s.
I’m changing Anya’s real name because she lives in South Asia where it is extremely dangerous to be a Christian. But former Muslims like Anya will risk everything to learn more about Jesus Christ.
After Anya received a Bible thanks to Bibles for All Ambassadors, she became a Christ-follower and started attending any Bible studies she could. Anya is only a teenager, but she is still excited to grow in her relationship with Christ.
Not only does she want to learn more for herself, but she also wants to share that Good News with others. No matter the persecution she could face in a Muslim community.
Anya lives with her large extended family of 13 people. She’s sharing the Gospel with each of them. Anya loans her Bible for her family to read, and for those who can’t read, Anya reads passages out loud for them.
That’s why sending Bibles around the world is so important — because people like Anya’s family are hungry to hear about God.
You can send three Bibles every month around the world when you become a Bibles for All Ambassador. Each month, you’ll spread the Gospel to the ends of earth. And we know based on God’s promises that His Word will never return void.
When you become a Bibles for All Ambassador, each Bible you provide goes on to impact an average of five people because it’s shared between family and friends. In one year, you’ll provide 36 Bibles and help share the Good News with around 180 people.
If you’re already a Bibles for All Ambassador, thank you for providing Bibles each and every month for families like Anya’s.
And if you’re not a Bibles for All Ambassador but you want to learn more, click the button below.
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