As communities receive and understand God's Word clearly for the first time, lives can change in dramatic ways.
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Freed from Fear
Pugong, a man from the Philippines, was terrified of evil spirits, but God's Word freed him from fear.
No Longer Addicted
Mukasa John beat his wife Saliima mercilessly when he drank—until he read Scripture in his own language for the first time.
Forgive my Enemies
The Gospel of Luke has given hope to the village of Bambalang in Cameroon and taught them to forgive their enemies.
"I am precious to Him?"
Annie, a young lady from Asia, was thrilled to learn that Scripture had many answers to her fears and insecurities.
After Dalmar accepted Christ he began to translate the Bible for his Muslim friends and family, who have been excited to read the first books of Ruth and Genesis in their own language.
A young woman from Cameroon who went into prostitution after her parents died is changed when she hears about Jesus in her own language.
Speaking the Truth
After reading Scripture in their own language, the Sursurunga people of Papua New Guinea are convicted to no longer tell lies to their children.
Revival among the Pinai-Hagahai
A group in Papua New Guinea weren't very receptive to the Gospel until they were able to hear and understand it in their own language for the first time on portable audio players.
Radio Program Teaches Scripture
A children's radio program helped the Huallaga Quechua people learn Scripture, and eventually lead to many also learning to read.