Building Community

Although Joseph has no recollection of the event, when he was 7 years old, he and his whole family were baptized as members of a sect in the town of Shumen. Some years ago, the group leaders closed their building and moved on. But by God’s providence, Angelov, newly trained to start new churches through…

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Restored by Christ

Still trapped in bitterness from years of cultural and religious conflict, most ethnic groups in Serbia stick to themselves. The small evangelical Christian community is an exception. They worship in multicultural congregations as they find peace in Christ. Through partnerships with local Serbian Christians, Bible League Canada is working to train local champions who minister…

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Finding Joy

My husband, Jacob, and I had a difficult life journey, always struggling with employment and health. Why was everything so hard? There had to be more to life. A neighbour invited me to a local church group. I decided to go, but Jacob didn’t approve. I liked praying with these Christians, reading the Bible they…

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Wealthy Criminal Finds Jesus

At age 23, Gor seemed to have it all. The young man in Armenia loved the respect he’d earned in his city’s criminal underworld. On any given day, you could find him at luxurious parties or drinking at a raucous bar. He loved his life, or so it seemed. Then he met a Christian named…

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Literacy Classes Help Deter Horrific Practices

Rajan went numb. He stood in complete disbelief as his family encouraged him to sacrifice his only daughter as a way to appease their gods. They believed it would be the only way for Rajan to escape the cycle of poverty he’d fallen into. Many people in his village worshipped trees and stones. A child…

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The Gospel Touches More Lives

Today, there is great need for the Gospel in Myanmar where many are suffering from civil unrest, COVID-19, and persecution. Many are living without hope. Myine though, has found a new freedom and hope. For him, the key was letting go of control and trusting God to be in charge of his life. As a…

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A Treasure Beyond Measure

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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Literacy Classes Elevate Families

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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New Home, New Purpose

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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