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Two years ago, we shared thousands of Bibles in Ethiopia, and believers quickly snatched them up. One Ethiopian pastor shared how in just one year, his church grew from 200 to 800 people—all because of the Bibles that we had shared with them. The Bibles we shared made a huge impact, but they weren’t nearly enough. The Bible famine in Ethiopia is not over.

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End the Bible Famine in Ethiopia

Two years ago, we shared thousands of Bibles in Ethiopia, and believers quickly snatched them up. One Ethiopian pastor shared how in just one year, his church grew from 200 to 800 people—all because of the Bibles that we had shared with them. Like food for starving people, Bibles had brought new life to the community. People had read God’s Word and shared the gospel message of Jesus Christ with those around them.

The Bibles we shared made a huge impact, but they weren’t nearly enough. The Bible famine in Ethiopia is not over. Today, 5 out of 6 people in Ethiopian churches still do not have a copy of God’s Word.

This Christmas, you can help end the Bible famine.

The vast majority of Christians who speak Oromo—the language spoken by the majority of Ethiopia—still do not have a Bible. Thousands upon thousands of Christians go to church every week without God’s Word—some of them pastors!

These people cling to God. He is their everything! But they need Bibles so they can study God’s Word, share the gospel, train evangelists and transform their communities. Together this Christmas, let’s end the Bible famine in Ethiopia.


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Stories

I Have A Cause to Die For

I Have A Cause to Die For

Some people in my village are upset that I’m a woman carrying a Bible, especially a young girl. Only the priests and the Muslim imams carry holy books. I was not afraid. I was willing to be stoned because I have a cause to die for. Read More

A Drink of Fresh Milk

A Drink of Fresh Milk

God’s Word is like a drink of fresh milk to many Oromo people who’ve never had a copy of their own to read. Read More

The Word of God Is Our Weapon

The Word of God Is Our Weapon

“The Word of God is our weapon and we are going to accomplish our goal and reach everyone,” Dinku says. Read More

Families Are Reading the Bible

Families Are Reading the Bible

In the last month we have placed 8,000 New Testaments. But not everyone has a Bible yet; there is still a big hunger for Bibles. Read More

The Word of God Replaces Witchcraft

The Word of God Replaces Witchcraft

We want God to release them from this darkness through the power of the gospel. If they read the Word and they learn the love of God, he leads them into the truth. And they go out and share the gospel with those who are in darkness. That’s why the Word of God is important.Read More

Teacher With a Bible

Teacher With a Bible

Almaz teaches grades 5 to 8, and while she can’t teach about Jesus during math class, when she’s outside during recess, she takes the opportunities she has to witness to her young students.Read More


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