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Thank you for faithfully praying for the health, safety, and protection of our ministry’s leadership, employees and their families, and hundreds of partners in the field worldwide.
Praise God for providing the qualified people at the right time. We have hired 13 new employees so far this year, and have filled 11 positions by internal employees. Please pray for all of the new employees as they learn their responsibilities and gain knowledge of the ministry. We currently have 6 open positions. Please pray that the Lord provides the right people to join us in these roles.
Pray for all of us to set aside our objectives and goals and align ourselves with God’s will for our team ministry, and the advancement of the Kingdom!
People were so amazed that we went that far to tell them about Jesus. – Mary Beardsell
Moses had just spent forty days and nights in the glorious presence of I AM, the gracious and merciful God, the Deliverer of Israel, whose face could not be seen by mortal man. God had met Moses in a massive cloud of fire and lightning and thunder atop Mount Sinai—a sight so terrifying that the Israelite people were afraid to even approach the mountain. Now, Moses had finally descended, stone tablets of the Law in his arms, to proclaim the Word of God to the recently freed nation.
I love these languages, and I love the Word of God. Listening to these languages is music to me. – Lori Koch
We want to be able to provide the audio Scriptures so that literate and non-literate people can have the opportunity to accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. – Doug Harstine
The greatest gift you can give is the Word of God. – Ted Seres
Ted Seres, president and CEO of OneBook, took a trip down from lovely Alberta, Canada and stopped by our ministry. He graciously sat in for an interview on “Now Hear This!” to talk about OneBook’s mission to partner with ministries and organizations around the world in order to get the precious Word of God to people in their heart language.
For people that haven’t yet had access to the hope of Scripture, it’s like pouring water on thirsty ground. – Mike Jayne
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