While the State Department has warned U.S. citizens not to travel to this nation and is evacuating personnel from the embassy in Juba, Biblica’s volunteers continue to faithfully equip believers and minister the life of God’s Word to the people of this war-torn land.
Without the Bible, men and women in prison have little hope. But when they receive God’s Word, they discover a Father who loves them and who sent His Son to save them from their sins.
The Bible tells us that nothing is impossible with God. As evidence, it records the parting of the Red Sea (Exodus 14:21,22), the deliverance of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego from the fiery furnace (Daniel 3), the sun standing still (Joshua 10:13), and, of course, the greatest miracle of all: the resurrection of Jesus Christ (Mark 16).
In Baltimore, at least 3,000 people are homeless, sleeping on the streets on any given night. But they aren’t unnoticed or forgotten. God remembers them. They are made in His image and He sent His only Son, Jesus Christ, to die on their behalf, so they could be forgiven and know eternal life.
In September 2016, something unusual and amazing began to happen in hundreds of Covenant Churches across North America. Thousands of people of all ages and ethnicities started gathering in churches, homes, coffee shops, and retirement communities to do something simple yet profound: they began to read the Bible together and discuss it
A woman leads a group of girls (as young as 10-years-old) out of their village in Malawi, in the middle of the night, down deserted dirt roads, to a collection of primitive huts. This is the broken reality many young girls of Malawi face. They will stay there for up to two weeks for something called “initiation”: a rite in which they are taught how to satisfy men in bed. Afterward, they are encouraged to have sex with any man …
On this Veterans Day, we would like to thank the brave men and women who serve our country with their time and talents, and who risk their lives to protect our freedom.