A Bible study program goes global.

By December 3, 2003

Russia (MNN)–Bible Mission International reports a building anticipation for their training ministry.

Their teams are finalizing the launch of the Independent Bible Correspondence School courses in Russian. The new venture will now be offered by Internet.

In January, the first students will be logging on around the world to use new technology to study timeless truth. Additionally, BMI correspondence courses are being offered in four new languages, Kazak, Kyrgyz, Tajik, and Uzbek.

These resources are essential as mission teams seek to develop the unreached ethnic believers in a Muslim-dominated part of the world.

The funds needed to resource the translation and printing were provided by generous partnerships with individuals and other organizations.

Over the past 12 years 112,239 enrollments in different courses have impacted 20,893 students. As of October 2003, 5,481 students are currently studying one of the 22 courses.

Please pray for these students as they seek to know the Word of God. Pray that many will gain the skills needed to reach their family and neighbors so they can share the message of Hope.

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