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Another 6 language communities now have God’s Word in a recorded format that will allow them to hear or see how much He loves them. Hear or see? Yes, three of these newest recordings are sign language videos for the Deaf!
When the Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4, 1776, the American colonies boldly proclaimed to the world that they were free and independent states. Now, over 230 years later, Americans still value independence and celebrate freedom with picnics, barbeques, and fireworks on the Fourth of July.
Knowing the truth about Jesus is setting Peruvian families free! Though Fernando and Cecilia came from different backgrounds, they learned from an early age that they had to work hard if they wanted to eat. When they were 17, Fernando and Cecilia ran away together to begin life as a couple. Before long, they . . .
We are very excited to let you know about Scripture recordings in 11 new languages! Believe it or not, that brings our total number of recordings to 829 languages. Even more exciting, this represents a potential outreach to more than 5.7 billion people in 190 countries that speak or sign these languages. We continue to be humbled by God’s grace and provision that makes this work possible.
Fishing along a shady river, grilling, or just sitting outside enjoying a lazy summer afternoon: the best things about Father’s Day are the simplest. The day is not about the gifts as much as it is a reminder of the joy and gratification associated with being a dad. It’s about recognizing the important part he plays in the family, offering direction, strength, and a shoulder to lean on.
Ramon is a police officer – a peacemaker – but his personal life was far from peaceful. He spent so much time at work that his relationships at home were suffering. His wife was distant and his children hardly knew who their father was.
When a friend invited Ramon to attend a Bible listening group in his heart language of Cebuano, he was hesitant at first. For someone of his position . . .
In 1999, The U.S. Congress passed a resolution urging the president and all Americans to observe the month of May each year as a symbol of unity to honor the current and former members of the United States Armed Forces, including those who have died in the pursuit of freedom and peace. It is a real encouragement to our servicemen and women to know that their country has set aside an entire month to honor and appreciate them.
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