A new Bible project in Eastern Europe brings kids to minister to kids.

By December 15, 2003

Eastern Europe (MNN)–The International Bible Society reports that this fiscal year, they will reach 42-thousand children who might never hear about Jesus otherwise.

The teams work in Kyrgyzstan, Romania, Serbia and Slovakia. IBS just launched a new ministry project that encourages North American children to purchase copies and then pray for the children receiving IBS’ “My First Bible” throughout Eastern Europe. The cost to give God’s Word to a child in Eastern Europe is less than $2.

Kyrgyzstan: In this primarily Muslim country, IBS will provide 3,000 My First Bibles with Kyrgyz, Russian and English text on each page.

Romania: IBS teams will distribute 13,500 Romanian “Jesus–The Story of His Life” Gospels of Mark and 9,500 “God’s Big Story” books to orphans.

Serbia: IBS will give 6,000 Serbian “My First Bibles” to orphans and refugee children.

Slovakia: IBS will give 5,000 Slovakian “Jesus–The Story of His Life” Gospels of Mark to orphans, and another 5,000 to children of prison inmates.

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