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Serving Jesus is my N° 1 business

You can give a Bible college graduate like Christian Nchimbi the gift of knowledge. My name is Christian Saidi Nchimbi. I am Tanzanian and reside in Dar es Salaam. I declare faith in Christ Jesus as the Lord and Saviour of my life. I believe that...

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When ten or twelve gather in Jesus’ name

You can equip Lilián Robayna to immerse people in God’s Word wherever Spanish is spoken. Despite being located in provincial Argentina the Bible study guides we publish for home fellowship groups are being used across denominations and continents. This is possible because we have embraced digital...

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Writing can go where people cannot

With your support Gökhan Talas will train a new generation of Christian writers. I always thought I was a wise man. I was proud to be a socialist and an atheist. Nevertheless, I was curious about God. I grew up in the Alevi sect of Islam but...

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The gift of learning

You can help prepare graduates like Harrison Wachanga Gitahi for long-term ministry. I used to think that studying theology was not only unnecessary but dangerous. I saw priests and pastors who appeared to be indifferent to sin. They seemed preoccupied with church management. They had forgotten...

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I stole this Bible

You can help Channa Touch feed the minds of pastors in Cambodia. My mother resisted invitations to go to church. But one day, to appease her sister my mother sent me instead. Everything about it was weird and unacceptable. After the service, there was a meal. I...

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Putting the pow! into empowerment

SparkLit advances God’s kingdom by empowering Christian writers and publishers in difficult places. SparkLit does not publish books. We are a publisher’s companion.   We do not do for our publishing partners what they can and must do themselves. We invest in emerging indigenous publishers where life-changing...

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The gift of knowledge

Today you can help Andy Bennett give students in Tanzania a lasting gift.   “I want to be a pilot.” Jackson is thirteen. He has big plans and a shy grin. Jackson is in form 1 at Mchungaji Mwema Secondary School. He clasps a Bible and a...

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Marked for life

Daniela Ortiz left LittWorld 2015 as a member of a global family. When we travel we fill our bags with clothes, shoes, and in my case, books. We return home with dirty clothes, worn shoes, and in this case, valuable tools. We accumulate experiences and feelings, adventures and...

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Charisma vs. character

You can help Pastor Shi prepare a new generation of church leaders for long-term service. I notice that Shun is discouraged. He has been struggling for too long. He desperately wants to serve God and has been working diligently at his church for over a decade....

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I can’t keep quiet about what I know

You can help Lothy Hueang publish the first Christian books written in her language by local Christians. “I voluntarily and unequivocally resign from believing in this foreign religion.” A policeman stands over me, watching me closely. I try to hide my tears. “If the authorities catch me...

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