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There’s a Game Even Bigger Than Sports. It’s Called Life.

In Ministry by Biblica Staff

Sports has been called the universal language. It can bridge not only language barriers, but barriers of geography, ethnicity and culture. Even people who can’t understand each other can connect via sports. But athletic competition can be much more than just a common experience or activity. Sports can become a very powerful vehicle for sharing the gospel. That’s what Biblica Europe had in mind when they developed The Game of Life – a special, athletically-focused, Scripture resource. And it was …

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This Lemonade Stand is Changing the World. Just Wait Until You See How!

In Ministry by Biblica Staff

“So you wanna change the world… What are you waiting for?” Back in 2004, that provocative question was issued via a song sung by Lindsay Lohan. While the actress/singer has had her own personal struggles since then, the lyrics are definitely a challenge to anyone who is a follower of Christ. The song goes on to say: Sometimes, I feel a little helpless Seems like I can’t do a thing But anything is possible Just you wait and see Nine-year-old …

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Here’s What God Did Through Biblica in 2017

In Ministry by Biblica Staff

“Come and hear, all you who fear God; let me tell you what he has done for me.” – Psalm 66:16, NIV At Biblica, we have the awesome privilege of stewarding God’s Word – translating it into the world’s major languages, providing it for those who don’t have access, and encouraging people to read and engage with it so their lives can be transformed by Christ. We’ve seen God do so many amazing things. And like the Psalmist, we would …

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This Ministry is Bringing Healthcare and God’s Word to Africa

In Ministry by Biblica Staff

When Peter Cameron Scott had the idea of taking the gospel into the interior of “the dark continent,” people thought he was crazy. Churches had been established along the coastline but back in the late 1800s, no one was interested in going into the great unknown of the African jungle. In his book, Garden of Miracles, Kenneth Richardson chronicles Scott’s courageous journey inland, the first step in founding what would eventually become Africa Inland Mission. One harrowing tale described how …

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Young People Today Are Not Worthless, Despite What Their Peers Say

In Ministry by Aldrin Bogi

Today’s youth are facing challenges and pressures that are far different from previous generations. From cyber bullying through apps like SnapChat to pornography to the Sarahah app (which lets people anonymously judge your actions), young people are facing a technology-driven spiritual crisis. Many apps and games, presented as harmless distractions, are becoming traps that rob young people of their time, peace, relationships and, in some cases, their lives. They simply can’t see a way out.

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Feed the Hungry: Reaching the Least of These

In Ministry by Biblica Staff

They move quickly along the muddy road, bare feet dancing over the wet dirt as they weave in and out of the refuse, disappearing in piles of debris taller than they are. The girl pulls her younger brother along by the arm, neither of them seeming to notice the horrible stench as they casually step through streams of sewage flowing through the center of the village. Clothing already soiled and torn, they make no effort to avoid staining it further …

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Heaven Belongs to Such as These: The State of Children Around the World

In Ministry by Biblica Staff

Throughout history, we can see a diabolical evil plot of the enemy to distract, disfigure and ultimately destroy the very souls of our most precious resource—our children. Looking around the world today, this plot seems to be unfolding with unprecedented speed in every culture and on every continent – often in ways we don’t even recognize.