Missions Insider Report
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Volume 18, Issue 7

Christians celebrating in Sierra Leone.

Sierra Leone's Gospel Moment Has Arrived, Ministry Shows

The Muslim population of Sierra Leone has vaulted past the number of people following Christ, but an indigenous missionary said the moment has arrived to harvest the lost souls of his country for God.
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Photo of the Week

Children in the northeast of Nigeria listen to an audio Bible.

Mesmerizing Bible  

Children in Nigeria's troubled northeast are amazed by the way content from an audio Bible comes to life on a computer. The audio Bibles are key for an indigenous ministry that sends teams to proclaim Christ to remote peoples, including those driven from their homes by anti-Christian violence. The workers also distribute written Bibles and other materials as they teach literacy classes. Helping to hasten willingness to hear the gospel are the ministry's drilling of boreholes for displaced who would otherwise have no water supply, efforts to start a small school for displaced children, and helping to finance the building of family huts. "This is going to boost our effort as a church planting and missions group to bring many to the love of Christ," the ministry director said.

 


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