Roberto is part of the indigenous Shuar people group and lives in a community deep in the Ecuadorian jungle. His home is accessible on foot, by four-wheel drive or by air. No one arrives at this remote location without planning and great determination. Guillermo, a local champion trained through Bible League Canada’s ministry partners to…

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The Romani people, also known as the Roma people, are one of the most marginalized groups in Eastern Europe. They are often viewed with contempt as many consider them to be poor, with little social skills and inappropriate behaviours. Globally, the Romani can be found in many countries, but one country stands out as the…

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For over thirty years, the Pwo Karen people of Myanmar have longed for the Living Word of God to be accessible to them in their own language. They have been persistently asking for Bibles to be printed in their native tongue for just as long. Your support made it possible for Bible League Canada to…

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Kaivalya and Sahar, both committed Hindus, lived happily together with their two children. However, over time Sahar began drinking and developed an alcohol addiction. He became angry and controlling and began to beat Kaivalya. Any income he brought in would go to support his addiction. Kaivalya knew that her family could not survive like this…

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There is a long-forgotten village in Bulgaria that was once composed predominantly of Christians. The community had experienced a vibrant period of revival during the 1990’s and was the picture of a healthy Christian town. When Bible League Canada’s local champions visited this village, they were excited to engage with a local community of Christians.…

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One of the world’s youngest countries, South Sudan has been torn apart by a deadly civil war since 2013. Tens of thousands of people have lost their lives to the conflict, while many more have had to leave everything they knew. Nearly two million people are currently displaced within South Sudan while another two million…

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Kela’s father was addicted to alcohol and his drunken behaviour made it difficult for him to get work. In Grade 4, Kela had to stop going to school to take care of her two younger siblings while her mother went to work. Their home was in turmoil. But the Lord was at work in Kela’s…

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When a typhoon makes landfall in Myanmar, people have few places to hide. Many of those who survive are left with absolutely nothing as the violent storm destroys homes and possessions. Thiha survived a terrible typhoon in 2008, and the devastation changed his life. Made homeless by the typhoon, Thiha was living with friends. One…

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In Chon Daen, Thailand, on September 6, 2020, an historic event took place: 1,435 people from over 200 villages, who heard about Jesus for the first time this year, were baptized! This followed two earlier events where 520, and then 640 people were baptized! Outreach teams, newly trained to start new churches, went out to…

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