Talking Bible in hands

Enduring Trials with Hope

This grandmother lives in a region of India known for persecution of Christians. She is forbidden from attending church, and she must hide her Talking Bible from her husband and neighbors. “We face so many problems,” she says, “but we need to hear the word of God.” The Talking Bible has become Susila’s source of encouragement to continue in her faith despite hardships.

Read Susila’s Story

God is changing lives with Talking Bibles!

When God speaks directly through his Word, he breaks down barriers of misunderstanding, mistrust, and fear. Listeners begin taking responsibility for their actions, making peace with their enemies, and turning from their bad behavior. Read the stories we have collected directly from new believers who have received a Talking Bible.

Tume

Tume

SOUTH ETHIOPIA
March 2014

Tume, a 26 year old married mother of three, had never heard the life-changing power of God’s Word. For years, she has lived in a village of non-readers where few knew about Jesus – nor had a relationship with him. She grew up not knowing the dangers of promiscuity.

Pastor K. on a boat

Pastor Paul K.

INDIA
February 2014

Pastor Paul has worked for several years with fishermen in remote villages with little to show in the way of saved souls and changed lives. But, when he was recently given Talking Bibles to use in his ministry, a breakthrough occurred.

Nima, a transformed new believer, becomes a “gentle” missionary to Hindi speaking women.

Nima

INDIA
December 2013

Nima, an Indian woman, became a believer early in 2013. She was given a Hindi Talking Bible by a church planter and started listening to it daily in her home. Her neighbors, Hindus and Muslims, heard her playing the Talking Bible and wanted to listen too.

Wakala Kowa holding Talking Bible

Wakala Kowa

ETHIOPIA
November 2013

Previously, the Borana tribe would not speak with any missionaries because there was no access to audio Bibles in their language. Now with the placement of the audio Talking Bible in their heart language, the tribe is listening to and understanding God’s Word for the first time.