Amolo runs a primary school in the Amuria district in Uganda. But he is also concerned about the home life and living conditions of many of the children that attend his school. After receiving training, made possible through your support, to start adult literacy classes, Amolo was convinced that he needed to expand his school’s…

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When Habrua first started serving his Muslim community in Africa, only one or two people would come forward to hear about Jesus. But the Holy Spirit is moving, and over the past few years, more than 2,000 people have been baptized. “Resistance is common but the harvest is plenty,” says Habrua. “We are planting small…

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News outlets around the world are now reporting on the crisis in South Sudan. The situation continues to worsen and there are over two million people in refugee camps in neighbouring countries. Bible League Canada has been involved in Children’s Ministry in South Sudan since 2012*. Now, through our joint ministry partners, we are working in…

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The people of Korogocho saw no way out of poverty. Like everyone else in Kenya’s Korogocho slum, Pastor Omari and his family barely had enough to survive. His community faced several spiritual and economic challenges including crime, prostitution, rape, street life and violence. We partnered with an organization in Kenya to offer leadership training in…

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Saada is a young widow with three children, she earned less than $1 a day – not nearly enough to take care of her family. She felt hopeless, defeated and terrified. But with the support of our donors, we helped transform Saada’s life. We invited her to a year-long Bible study program in Kiambu slum,…

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When he first met Christians, Abasi wasn’t sure what to believe Abasi grew up in a village overrun with sorcery and witchcraft. A family friend even taught Abasi to be a sorcerer himself. Abasi first met believers when he started school in another village. They shared the Good News, but Abasi’s past beliefs in sorcery…

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Tinsae didn’t have high expectations for her future Tinsae was the only girl from her village to attend high school. Most of her friends were kept back to cook, work on family farms, care for younger children, or become child brides. Tinsae reflects on those difficult years: “The most I was expecting from life was…

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The need for God’s Word is greater than ever in South Sudan. The ongoing civil conflict has left a wake of ethnic division; violence, displacement and suffering that can only be healed by God’s love. Until late 2013, our partnership with Gideons International in Canada made great strides to found Scripture-based education systems in South…

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