“The church needs the Bible. For us, it comes in this Talking Bible in which both the non-Christians and the Christians learn about who Jesus is and what He means for them,” Ram says.
Holding her Talking Bible, Preeti says she has learned so much from listening.
Sisa is a young man in Ethiopia. He is a farmer and can’t read or write.
You don’t have to eat green chutney to share the Gospel.
Five years since the conflict began in South Sudan, over 4 million people have been forcibly displaced.
God’s Spirit is moving through India, from person to person, and home to home, through the Talking Bible.
Deva, a man from India, faced persecution for his Christian faith, but refused to back down.
Tunu Duva lives in a village in Ethiopia where very few people can read.
“He is the healer, the new-life giver,” Nagaji says about Jesus. Now he is not only a farmer in Rajasthan, but a child of God.
Opse Bdane shared the Talking Bible with her husband and four children; they are all believers now.
Hakrumuna only went to school for a few years as a child, so he can’t read the Bible for himself.
Growing up near a mission station in Ethiopia, Abuya learned about Jesus at a young age. Though she used to read, her eyesight is now failing and she can no longer read a Bible.