Bible Blog › Latest Posts
Where the shadow of the ancient Incan Empire falls across the South American countries of Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia, the descendants of the Inca and the peoples they conquered speak one of many different dialects of the Quechua language. Nearly 10 million people speak the language they call Runa Simi, or the people’s language. Though Quechua is recognized as an official language of these nations, the perception is that it is the language of the poor and uneducated, and those who speak it are often the victims of . . .
The Apurímac region of South-Central Peru takes its name from the Quechua language and means where the gods speak. The locals say that is because the mountains in the area seem to be talking to each other. The region is one of Peru’s most disadvantaged provinces due to pervasive poverty and low literacy rates. Despite these concerns, the One True God is speaking, working through people like Elena to . . .
A bouquet of roses, a box of chocolates, candy hearts, and fancy cards are ways of expressing love on Valentine’s Day. For those who faithfully serve our country, February 14th means another day away from the people they love most. They may exchange cards or make phone calls, but a long-distance celebration is difficult. This February you can show our military and their families how much you care by sharing the love of Christ with them.
Can listening to God’s Word in audio change lives? Absolutely! In fact, Ted Olbrich, the director of FCOP International, a partner who has been working in Cambodia for years, believes the Audio Bible is the cutting edge of a revolution as powerful as the invention of the printing press.
Page 34 of 34