Audio Bible Rwanda
God's Word in Audio - Testimonies
Faith Comes By Hearing associates gather information and testimonies about what God is doing in and through Audio Bible listening programs in heart languages around the world.
Planting Churches with JESUS and FCBH
This pastor (far left, white shirt) shared: "Planting new churches using the JESUS film/Faith Comes By Hearing strategy came like an answer to our prayers. We have always wished to plant churches on many hills of our region but we couldn't due to lack of tools, and also illiteracy. Now, through our partnership with these ministries, we have been able to plant four churches in three months. Before that, our main church had only 30 church members, but now we have 100-110. What a blessing!"
Barren No Longer
A spiritualist consecrated to witchcraft had cursed the womb of her son's wife, who had not borne him a child during 16 years of marriage. This daughter-in-law led a listening group where the spiritualist received Christ. Now, after her mother-in-law's salvation, she is 6 months pregnant!
Hope for Rwanda
A JESUS Film Project team in Rwanda has a vision to plant a church on each of the country's 1,000 hills.
This vision is becoming a reality. In one area the film and a Proclaimer helped a church multiply from a single congregation of 50 people to 14 meeting places and 550 attendees in just six months time.
In another place, 14 Proclaimers have produced more than 100 listening groups.
JESUS Film Project and Faith Comes By Hearing Work Together in Rwanda
Campus Crusade/JESUS Film Project works really hard to bring the love of Jesus Christ to people all around the world. The partnership between them and Faith Comes By Hearing (FCBH) makes that work easier, as told by FCBH’s Senior Vice President Morgan Jackson. Read what Morgan says about this vital partnership he evidenced on his recent trip to Rwanda:
“Campus Crusade goes to an area and shows the JESUS film. After showing it sometimes 7 or 8 times, 100 people would come to faith in Christ. The follow year, only 10 of the 100 people would be in a church or fellowship.
“Now when they go to an area, 10 people come to faith in Christ and a Proclaimer is left in the area to start a listening group. Within just one week, those 10 people have invited 10 people to come listen. Within another week, the group has increased to 30; a month later there are 40 people and they can’t fit under the tree. Some end up standing in the rain because they want to hear God’s Word in their heart language.
“The group of 40 will then divide into 2 separate groups of 20 and within 1 month, those 2 groups are so large they have to divide again. Now the 1 Proclaimer is being used among 4 groups and out of frustration they build a church in order to bring the people together. Pastors are blown away because they had been trying for years to get somebody to build a church but nobody would come. Now Campus Crusade is going to areas where there are no pastors and the churches are being built by the people, on their own.
“The Proclaimer never stops. It is run to its limit: Somebody takes it to one place and starts a listening group. Before you know it, there are 10, 15, 20 groups and it’s reached its limit. Each group asks for its own Proclaimer so they don’t have to share with so many others.
“From translation to recording and all the way through to the listening group until every single person has had the opportunity to hear. So in Rwanda, we want to go end to end – from one end of the country to the other.”
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Morgan’s wife Mari says,