Providing Bibles to the millions of literate people who have never heard of Jesus is a formidable task. You can make sure people across the globe have access to the Holy Bible in their own language by partnering with Bibles For The World. We distribute God’s Word in many languages where people have little or no access to Bibles.
Bibles are in extremely short supply in China — but BFTW is working to provide hundreds of thousands of people with their own copy of God’s Word in simplified Mandarin. You can help encourage Chinese believers by contributing toward the gift of God’s Word!
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BFTW is providing 3 million Gospels and John and Nepali New Testaments to help people discover God’s love in this emerging nation where people are hungry for the Gospel!
Working with the Reid Saunders Association, BFTW will be providing Scripture portions to reach thousands of attendees at a Christmas outreach in the Mekong Delta region this December. Local churches are organizing this year’s event and anticipate a wonderful turnout due to increasing interest in Christianity. Saunders’ 2019 Christmas outreach drew 40,000 in Ho Chi Minh City! Please pray with us that the Lord will use this year’s event to draw thousands of people to Himself!
BFTW is providing 30,000 Gospels of John and John and 3,000 Bibles to help people in Uttar Pradesh discover God’s love in this region of India where people have had little exposure to the Gospel!
Building on previous success in Burkina Faso, Malawi and South Africa, BFTW works with the Luis Palau Association to provide hundreds of thousands of Gospels of John for Festival Outreaches in the African nation of Cote d’Ivoire!
Years after the bloodbath that occurred under Pol Pot’s regime in Cambodia, hope and healing is reaching hundreds of thousands in Phnom Penh, home of the infamous Killing Fields. A Fall 2019 outreach by the Billy Graham Association was assisted by Bibles For The World’s provision of tens of thousands of Gospel booklets to those that attended. An additional outreach is planned for 2021.