Audio Scriptures requested in Mozambique

By September 18, 2009

Mozambique (MNN) — 270,000 remain unreached by the Gospel in Mozambique–a number that is quickly decreasing. A hunger for the Word of God has outlasted the small supply of materials that pastors have to distribute in the country.

One of the easiest and most-effective ways to reach many in Mozambique is through the use of audio Scriptures. Pastors have used and distributed many of these, but they have run out. Audio Scripture Ministries is doing all they can to respond to the sudden depletion of audio Scriptures.

The people of Mozambique are hungry for God's Word, so Audio Scripture Ministries is gathering a shipment of tape duplicators, blank cassettes, TapeTalk2 players, and many digital players. The only obstacle is finances.

The digital players cost $40 each with shipping, and the ministry is looking to ship 40-50 of them. The quicker the finances to fund these players become available, the quicker seekers in Mozambique will have audio Scriptures in hand. If you can help meet this need, click here. In the meantime, keep praying for funding and for the renewal of searching hearts in Mozambique.

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