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Faith Comes By Hearing, the world's foremost Audio Bible ministry, recently released nine more Audio New Testament recordings.
The following Audio New Testaments are now available for ministry purposes:
Houston Catholics set to listen through the New Testament this Lenten season
Daniel Cardinal DiNardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston, recently urged Catholic leaders to get involved in a city-wide Bible listening campaign called You've Got The Time Houston.
Faith Comes By Hearing, the world’s foremost Audio Bible ministry, announces the launch of You've Got The Time Houston.
Church goers across the area are taking the 40-day challenge to listen through the entire New Testament in this city-wide Bible listening campaign.
“In just 28 minutes a day, people can listen to the whole New Testament,” said Roger Hunter, the campaign’s coordinator.
“Most people will do that on the way to work and while they do various jobs around the house,” added Pastor Mark S. Hartman, the senior pastor at Sugar Creek Baptist Church.
Research shows that 65 percent of people have never read the New Testament. Other studies report that less than half of Americans can name all four Gospels.
When Dr. Ed Young of Second Baptist Church of Houston heard about You’ve Got The Time launching there in early 2009 and began listening to the BibleStick for himself, he decided to get involved immediately.
Dr. Young said, “This is a super opportunity to get on the same page as a church family. Most of us have been reading the Bible for many, many years. Listening to God’s Word, however, can add even greater depth and understanding to our times in the Scripture.”
Faith Comes By Hearing, the world’s foremost Audio Bible ministry, recently released eight Audio Drama New Testament recordings.
Audio Bibles in the following languages are now available for ministry efforts around the world and online.
Faith Comes By Hearing, the world’s foremost Audio Bible ministry, recently released 12 Audio New Testament recordings.
These new offerings, which represent more than 126.4 million people on three continents, bring the total number of Audio New Testaments available to 330 languages.
These recordings wouldn’t be possible without Bible translations, said Morgan Jackson, Senior Vice President for Faith Comes By Hearing.
Rush hour in Seoul, South Korea, is a frenzied time. There, more than 5.1 million people use public transportation – that’s roughly the entire populations of Chicago and Houston combined cramming onto city buses and trains everyday.
Many of these commuters use this time to chat on cell phones, listen to their favorite songs on portable devices and even surf the internet.
The Audio New Testament is now available in 321 languages. Faith Comes By Hearing, the world's foremost Audio Bible ministry, recently released 10 new Audio New Testament recordings.