Bibles for the Sudanese

2 February 2011 St Albans, United Kingdom [Miroslav Pujic, tedNEWS] Last week, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Northern Sudan purchased some 6,000 Bibles from the Bible Society in Khartoum in different languages such as Arabic, English, Nuer and Dinka for the local people. The purchases of the Holy Bibles have encouraged efforts to share what wholesome attributes for cheerful living lie in its pages. This ancient book in the hands of the Sudanese people will bring wisdom and values that they could practice in their daily lives and make a positive impact within their families and community.

“It is something unprecedented in the history of the church in Sudan that such a large number of Bibles were purchased at once. This effort will enormously support the work of the church in sharing the love of God with the people of Sudan,” says Dr Miroslav Didara, President of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Sudan. [tedNEWS]

tedNEWS Staff: Miroslav Pujic, director; Deana Stojkovic, editor
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