Illiterate people groups of Mexico are being touched by the recorded Word

By October 29, 2004

Mexico (ASM/MNN)–For the last two years, missionaries in Oaxaca, Mexico have been actively recording New Testaments in Indian languages and have distributed finished copies to churches, homes and listening groups. More than ten language projects have been completed during this time.

For most of these Indian people, listening to the Good News on cassette will be the only way that they will ever have access to it.

The written translation of the New Testament can take more than 20 years to complete, but 99-percent of the people group will not be able to read it.

A recording of that New Testament can be finished within 3 months and the entire people group, young and old, will be able to hear God speak to them in their own language.

Thanks to the technical assistence of Audio Scripture Ministries, the recording and editing processes in the Oaxaca studio have been streamlined, reducing the time it takes to record a NT and to get it into the hands of the people.

Recording technicians are urgently needed in Oaxaca and many other parts of the world. Please pray for more laborers.

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