Norman’s church struggles with division over doctrinal issues. People who cannot read don’t trust the teachings of the few readers in the church.
“Being alone in the camp is so painful,” he says. “You have to forgive.”
Thirty years ago, Mary was a refugee. Forced to leave her war-torn homeland, Mary and many others arrived in Ethiopia to start a fresh life.
God changed Samson’s life, but Samson had no way of reading the Bible.
Jacob is an evangelist in India. Every day, he goes from house to house, telling people about the love of God.
“Even as a bishop, it is hard to read so much,” says Joshua. That’s why he is so happy to get Talking Bibles.
“We should be busy with the Word of God,” says Abigail, “not work.”
A leader in the Anglican Church of South Sudan, Bishop Manyok continues his ministry in the Nyumanzi Refugee Camp.
She was beaten by her father for going to church. But Khushbu didn’t give up on him.
“Sometimes trials come for us to know God more,” Fredrick Mogusu testifies. “Without trials, you might not know.”
Simon couldn’t read. He needed to hear the Gospel. He needed to hear Jesus’ teachings to help him and his family through very difficult times.
The civil war in her homeland emotionally devastated Rebecca, and more than that, it forced her and her family to flee to a refugee camp in northern Uganda.