New children’s Bible reaches the un-reached in Eurasia

By August 24, 2015

Int’l (MNN) — Across Eurasia, children’s literature is in high demand. There are many people who have no complete Bible or New Testament in their language, and not many children have a good incentive to learn how to read.

Enter Operation Mobilization and The Right Choices Bible.

The children’s Bible storybook has been produced in 12 Eurasian languages, and it’s a great way to share the Word of God with people who haven’t ever heard the good news of Jesus.

Photo Courtesy Operation Mobilization

(Photo courtesy Operation Mobilization)

The Right Choices Bible isn’t an ordinary Bible, either. It is family oriented, featuring questions and activities after each Bible story. The goal is to get not only the kids into the Word; this Bible can reach parents, too.

The focus of many of the chosen stories is choice. Readers are encouraged to think about the decisions the people in the passages make and think about how a Christian should approach everyday choices.

The colorful illustrations are entertaining for those who can’t read, but many teachers and parents say the kids are eager to learn how to read so they can take in Scripture themselves.

The latest edition of The Right Choices Bible has just been printed and will be distributed in a country known for being primarily Muslim. Copies have been handed out in Albania, Siberia, Macedonia, and more.

Thousands of the Bibles are being distributed across Eurasia, and Operation Mobilization is asking for your prayer for distributors, as well as for the families that receive the Bibles.

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