Did you know you serve as Christ’s ambassador of Christ to people around the world through your partnership with Biblica?
On the day I removed my turban, cut my hair, and received baptism, my mother looked at me and screamed. My sister ran to my dad, “Come see what brother has done!”
Imagine you live in the Middle East. In some countries it is against the law to possess a Bible, and being caught with one could amount to a prison sentence.
Every day, 700 people give up reading the Bible, despite having more access to Scripture than any generation in history. In response, Biblica launches a bold new Bible engagement initiative called Community Bible Experience, an eight-week journey through the entire New Testament.
Reaching Children for Christ in the Middle East
Imagine taking your Bible and ripping it apart, so you could divide it by book or single pages to share with others because there were no Bibles available.
In many global regions where Biblica is working today, this is a common practice among believers desperate to read God’s Word. North American Christians may own up to seven Bibles while many others around the world don’t have access to one or can’t afford one.
“My head is all messed up!” screamed “Jim,”* a wounded soldier at a level-three trauma hospital in Iraq. His body was bruised, heart wounded, and spirit crushed after an encounter with an improvised explosive device (IED), also known as a roadside bomb. “When the painkillers wear off, I remember,” Jim said, battling severe injuries and his nightmares. A U.S. Air Force senior chaplain sat with the soldier as he shared that after the IED exploded, he was thrown from the …