Bodo Audio Bibles a Huge Step in Great Commission

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India (Mission Network News) Did you know that, according to The Joshua Project, 95 percent of India’s population is considered unreached with the Gospel? On top of that, 37 percent of Indian people are illiterate.

So when we say there’s a need for audio Bibles in India, it’s a serious need.

JP Sundararajan, Audio Scripture Ministries’ India-Asia Director, has an exciting update about their work on an audio Bible in India’s Bodo language.

“We’re thrilled to report that the recording is almost done. It’s slowed down a little bit in the last few days because the main reader has developed a throat infection. So we would appreciate prayers for his voice, that it would stay strong, that we can finish this recording relatively quickly so he and his partner can head back to their families.”

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  • Grace Kim Kwon

    Access to the Holy Bible -> salvation and liberation and civility