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Published on 12 June, 2001

Story number 4 for 12 Jun 2001

(Haiti)–Meanwhile, the Bible League announces plans to add two new ministries: one in Ecuador and another in Haiti. The group is starting its Project Philip Bible study program in both countries, similar to their ministries in other Latin America countries. The program helps people to earn Scriptures by completing Bible study courses. Those that finish a six-week study course will earn a New Testament. They can continue being discipled through more Bible study and will then earn a whole Bible. The first shipment of Bibles is scheduled to go out this summer.

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  • Primary Language: French
  • Primary Religion: Christianity
  • Evangelical: 16.0%
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