Story number 3 for 16 May 2002

By May 16, 2002

(Peru)–Peru’s church is thriving-that’s the word from many mission agencies working to spread the Gospel. However, one area has proven to be a challenge. Literacy; although the Bible has been translated into the Quechua language, there are few who can read it. That’s where the latest Audio Scripture Ministry’s project comes in. ASM’s Tom Dudenhofer. “They’re going to be working in providing all kinds of mixed media to get the Word of God to the people in the Quechua language, and to motivate them so that they would begin to read the Scriptures in their own language, as well.” Dudenhofer is asking for support to get the venture off the ground. “This project is designed to give the Quechua Christians the tools to continue to do media ministry in their own language. I think the greatest need for us right now is to raise the funds. We’re going to need about 13-thousand dollars to fund the project in its entirety.”

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