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​12-Year-Old Girl Reads Entire Bible Twice — and Counting

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Placing a Bible in the hands of every Christian believer is a task that the global body of Christ can accomplish in this generation. Here at The Voice of the Martyrs, we are committed to making it happen in countries where Christians are persecuted for their faith and we need your help. Together we can make sure every Christian in a hostile or restricted nation has his or her own Bible.

We know precious persecuted believers in these nations by name, and VOM staff members have witnessed firsthand their joy when they receive their first Bible. One way enemies of the gospel try to prevent the spread of Christianity is by restricting and destroying Bibles for children. The Voice of the Martyrs is counteracting this by putting Bibles in the hands of our youngest brothers and sisters, helping them prepare to stand courageously for their faith in Christ.

In many Central Asian countries, Bibles are considered propaganda and are not allowed to be imported or printed. Last year, the government banned the online sale of Bibles, an additional obstacle in a country where printed Bibles were already difficult to obtain. The Communist Party is also working on a new Bible translation intended to inject Chinese values into Scripture.

As the government tightens its control of religious life in Cuba, Christians there fear it will become more difficult to get Bibles. Over the years, believers have used a variety of ways to bring Bibles into Cuba, including by boat, by hand- carrying individual copies and through government-approved shipments. If caught with a Bible, Ri Gun would be sent to a labor camp … or worse.

So she tucked her small Bible into the fronds of a special mop intended for cleaning the portraits she was required to display of former North Korean leaders Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il.

VOM workers smuggle both print and digital Bibles into the country. It was 9 p. After delivering Bibles to eleven Pakistani villages in three days, they had taken a shortcut to get home faster. But as the team slowed their old van to navigate a bumpy stretch of road, they found themselves surrounded by a band of robbers notorious in that part of Pakistan. A mile and a half ahead of them on the road, Pastor Faisal and the rest of the team waited nervously in the first van.

They could not see what was happening behind them, but they knew something was wrong. Everyone was shaken. The robbers had taken their money and phones, and Rajehs had a bruise on his neck where he had been hit with the butt of a rifle.

Do not stop. Otherwise, we will shoot you from behind. These workers seek out Christians who do not have a Bible, relying on local contacts to provide the names of those who need one. Most of those receiving Bibles are new to the faith. Despite the dangerous, tiring journeys, Faisal and his team are committed to supplying Bibles to those who need them. With each trip, the team travels farther afield. Just before being robbed by the bandits, they had distributed more than Bibles to believers among the Sikh people in the ancient Hindu city of Nankana Sahib.

Many of these believers are extremely thankful to finally have their own Bible. When 9-year-old Jovia Mulungi opened her Bible for the first time, she knew it would change her life. I do not want to beat my friends. I want to be obedient to my mother and father. Thank you for giving me this book to read about the choices people made. I want to become like Jesus. Pray for me also. Parents there are thrilled when their children receive their own Bibles. It challenges me on the choices I have made.

We are now going through it as a family, challenging one another. My husband just loves it. As the Bibles were distributed to a group of Christian children, some nearby Muslim children asked if they could have a copy, too. Members of the distribution team happily gave them each a copy of their own. After several boxes packed with Bibles were strapped to its back, the donkey and its handler headed for the Syrian border, hoping to make it through security and into the war-torn country.

They had previously used the same route to smuggle 50 Bibles to a group of Syrian believers, but more Bibles were needed thanks to the growing number of Muslims turning to Jesus.

When they arrived at the border checkpoint with their cargo of Bibles, they were turned away by armed guards. The donkey already knew the rugged mile-long path into Syria and had been rewarded with a candy bar on its last trip, so the handler was confident that it could make the trip without his help.

Shortly after the donkey crossed the border alone, the handler received a text message from his contacts in Syria — shipment received. But as unusual as the story is, the truly amazing aspect is the growing demand for Bibles coming from former Muslims in Syria.

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Ron Martoia, who received his doctorate from Fuller Theological Seminary, is a transformational architect who has passion to help people experience revolutionary change. In their lives. Over the last four years he has spoken to over 25, leaders in conference settings.

Placing a Bible in the hands of every Christian believer is a task that the global body of Christ can accomplish in this generation. Here at The Voice of the Martyrs, we are committed to making it happen in countries where Christians are persecuted for their faith and we need your help. Together we can make sure every Christian in a hostile or restricted nation has his or her own Bible.

A memoir of race and education, this is the story of a girl who grew up and out of the Cleveland projects in the s and '70s. While growing up in Cleveland, young Charlise Lyles experienced turbulent events including race riots and a neighborhood murder. Yet she was inspired to appreciate literature at a young age, and she spent her days reading—and also often searching for the estranged father who taught her that love of learning. Granted a scholarship to a prestigious prep school in a wealthy suburb, the vibrant teenager finds herself presented with a bewildering set of new challenges—and a new direction in life. Charlise Lyles was born in Cleveland in

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Faith is like a flower. In order to grow, it needs soil, water, and sun—food for the spirit. Spiritual food to help your faith grow strong and beautiful. Featuring days of wisdom from your favorite Faithgirlz! Growing up can be tough, but Jesus is guiding you every step of the way. Beauty of Believing combines the talents of Faithgirlz! Nancy Rue has written over books for girls, is the editor of the Faithgirlz Bible, and is a popular speaker and radio guest with her expertise in tween and teen issues. She and husband, Jim, have raised a daughter of their own and now live in Tennessee.


Hi girls! I had the honor of guest posting on her blog about a month ago, and now she gets to write for mine. I was 15 when my dad and I took a walk through the neighborhood on a chilly morning. Nothing sounded more appealing to me than a cup of hot coffee and my Bible in front of me.

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Aaron Burden photo Unsplash. One person—William McPherson—had a commitment to Scripture that was remarkable. He was a Scottish quarry worker who came to America in and settled outside of Denver.

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In a world where girls can blabber off their favorite worldly t. In a world where girls are continually looking for ways to look younger be the girl that embraces signs of aging recognizing that gray hairs, according to your Maker, are a sign of wisdom. In a world where girls are more confused and depressed than ever be the girl who recognizes where true joy comes from! Point these sad, tired, lonely girls toward the One that made them and knows their every need and desire and longs to fulfill them in a way this world never can!

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