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We are excited that the Banyore and Logooli communities in Vihiga County and the Bukusu of Bungoma county finally have audio Bibles in their vernacular languages! These New Testament audio [...]

We are excited that the Banyore and Logooli communities in Vihiga County and the Bukusu of Bungoma county finally have audio Bibles in their vernacular languages!

These New Testament audio Bibles were launched in colorful events that were graced by Church leaders from various denominations and community leaders. The Lubukusu audio Bible was launched in Bungoma town on 22nd September 2020 while the Logooli and Lunyore audio Bibles were launched in KIMA Revival Church and Friends Church in Vihiga County on 22nd October 2020.

The audio Bibles will be very instrumental in listening, learning, understanding, fellowship, and studying of God’s word in the region and for evangelism. The Church leaders pledged to mobilize Christians to use of the audio Scriptures in their congregations so that the Church would continue to grow.

This is a blessing especially for the elderly and visually challenged people. We are receiving testimonies on how the gadgets are making an impact in people’s lives. It is our prayer that more people will be saved. Christians from these communities were overly excited to hear the word in their heart languages.

God’s word is powerful not only when it is read but also when it is heard. Bible Society of Kenya aims to avail both written and audio Bibles to many people who will come closer to God. We hope that as the word of God spreads widely, more souls will be won for Christ.

 

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