Bible-a-month November: Mozambique

In Mozambique, 60% of the population cannot read. It is predominantly an oral culture where storytelling and the spoken word are the primary ways a message is delivered and understood. The Bible Society in Mozambique recognises that providing […]

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Bible-a-month October: China

There is a real hunger for Bibles in China. Since the founding of the Amity Printing Company in 1987, 87 million Bibles have been printed in Nanjing and distributed across China. Chinese Christians are known to love reading […]

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Bible-a-month September: Moldova

The Coronavirus pandemic forced the Interconfessional Bible Society of Moldova to temporarily close its office, bookshop and warehouse. Praise God, its Mobile Bible Bookshop could continue to serve churches in rural and remote areas of Moldova. This helps […]

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Bible-a-month August: Iran Diaspora

Printing Bibles in Iran is forbidden and punishable by law. The oppression of Christians is increasing and the number of believers in prison there has reached its highest level in 40 years. As a result, many Iranian Christians […]

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Bible-a-month July: Cuba

The Cuba Bible Commission (the Bible Society in Cuba) are the sole suppliers of Bibles within that country. Following on from the highly successful One Million Bible project, many new opportunities have arisen, both to provide Bibles and […]

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Bible-a-month June: Laos

Many Christians in Laos live in poverty and come from oppressed minority groups where owning a Bible is quite simply beyond their means. But thanks to the local Bible Society, free Scriptures are distributed to those who struggle […]

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