For millions of people around the globe, illiteracy, inaccessibility, poverty or other obstacles bar them from reading the Scripture in their own language. Faith Comes By Hearing (FCBH) is working to change that, one audio recording at a time, reports MNN.
FCBH recently added eight new language recordings to their catalogue of Audio Scriptures. The new releases are: Chatino Nopala and Zapotec de Yaganiza in Mexico; Chin, Tiddim in Myanmar; Junikuin in Peru; Makassar in Indonesia; Mayoyao Ifugao in the Philippines; Minangkabau in Indonesia; and Nooni
in Cameroon. Combined, these eight languages represent more than 7.5 million people that now have an Audio Bible available in their heart language. The FCBH catalogue now features a total of 640 languages. These recordings represent a potential outreach to more than 5 billion people.
For those areas that do not yet have regular access to the Internet or mobile devices, FCBH continues to reach out by providing Audio New Testaments on solar-powered Proclaimers for listening groups. As of March 2012, more than 305,000 devices are proclaiming God’s Word around the world. The goal of FCBH is to provide Audio New Testaments in every translated language, making the fulfillment of the Great Commission a reality in this lifetime.
Source: Christian Telegraph
BIBLE STUDY: Psalm 105:1-6
PRAISE: God for the advances of modern media that enable the Gospel to reach the unreached. Pray for the fulfilment of the great Commission.