Pygmy in Congo Receive Their Own Audio Bibles

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DRC (Mission Network News) Over one-third of the population in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is illiterate, according to The Joshua Project. Which means for this portion of the population, their main method of gathering and sharing information is through oral methods. And for the purpose of sharing the Gospel, audio methods prove invaluable.

Which is why audio Bibles like the Treasure with World Mission are vital for sharing God’s Word in the DRC. World Mission’s Greg Kelley was just in Central DRC on a Treasure distribution to a unique people group.

“Today we are in the Kiri Rainforest, the second largest rainforest in the entire world (also known as the Congo Rainforest). Within it live the Pygmy, who are the last remaining unreached people in the entire country of the Democratic Republic of [the] Congo,” says Kelley.

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  • Grace Kim Kwon

    Thank God!! The Word of God is the life-giving treasure to all mankind.

  • antifasciste

    AKA, Eliminating indigenous culture with Western centric thought control.

    • Tangent002

      At $50 a pop to produce, that’s about $20 grand in that box.

  • Tangent002

    “Wait, we got a box of what now?”

  • Tangent002

    Interesting they’ve chosen to deliver audiobooks rather than teach people to read.

    • TwoRutRoad

      But they can’t read the directions on how to operate the audio book.

  • TwoRutRoad

    The picture looks like they are removing all the broken ones from that crappy box.