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Traditionally, Faith Comes By Hearing works with partners and locals to record the Bible in a language that already has a translated, written text. But what about the hundreds of languages today that have no alphabet—that are spoken only?
Joni and Friends, a ministry that evangelizes, disciples, and assists people affected by disability, graced us with a print of this beautiful painting by their founder during a recent visit! To Joni Eareckson Tada and your ministry—thank you! What a sweet blessing and reminder of Christ’s transforming power!
The Pharisee called Saul gripped the satchel containing the Sanhedrin’s arrest warrant more tightly as he considered the righteous course that lay before him. The heretics known as “The Way”—those who believed that Jesus, a man from the tiny town of Nazareth, was the promised Messiah—had to be stopped before their destructive teachings could infect more Jewish minds. To Saul’s frustration, even though many had fled to Damascus after the recent crackdown throughout Jerusalem, their flight had only served to spread their blasphemous message further!
In the oft-referenced movie Braveheart, a blue paint-smeared William Wallace sat back in his cushy recliner, sipped some chamomile tea, and whispered, “Freedom.”
Wait a second, that’s not how it went!
By God’s grace, as we record these audio Scriptures, we’re making it possible for people of every race and every language to have a right to be around the throne [of God]. – Nicholas Okereke, Field Recording Coordinator
We believe that it’s imperative to take the Gospel to those people groups in a way that they can understand. – Tom Dennen, Recording Partnership Coordinator, Jesus Film Project
We’re able to engage deaf people all around the world with a Bible in their language so they can share that story. – JR Bucklew
We hope you enjoy listening to this week’s podcast, in which our host Aaron talks with JR Bucklew, the president and founder of Deaf Bible Society, about how they are making great strides in reaching the deaf community—not only in the US, but all around the world.
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