Through supporters’ funds, CAM is able to print God’s Word and distribute it to millions of people who otherwise have no access to the Bible.
The people of Younlay Town, Liberia, know very little of what it means to follow Jesus. “Even church leaders participate in activities of the dark world,” reports a CAM staff member in Liberia. “They desperately need Jesus. If we can get the Word of God into as many hands as possible, there is a greater chance of making a difference in Younlay Town.” Although a Bible only costs about $10 in Liberia, it is unaffordable for most of the population.
While Christians in the United States have easy access to the Holy Bible, countless believers around the world wait years, or even a lifetime, for their own copy of God’s Word.
An African tribe, known as the Maasai, has been living as nomads in a remote part of Kenya for centuries. This tribe has little connection with the outside world and is steeped in traditional beliefs and spiritual darkness. Drunkenness, witchcraft, and child marriage are common. Wanting to bring Jesus to this tribe, CAM staff in… Read more
The shepherds rejoiced more than 2,000 years ago when they heard the exciting news that Jesus, the Savior, was born! This news brought great hope to their souls. Today, many people around the world still rejoice when they hear the story of Jesus. For some, CAM’s Bible story book is the first step in their… Read more
Every child should know the love of God. Every heart should experience the depth of Christ’s mercy. But how will they learn about these things? Without God’s Word, millions will never know the Way of Life. Our goal through the Bibles-for-the World program is that men, women, and children around the globe will discover the… Read more
In the jungles of Liberia lay a sick baby girl. Death was imminent. Her young mother Soa was scarcely 21 years old. Desperately needing help, Soa turned to her family and friends, but they refused to help her. Soa was distressed. How would she restore health to the child she loved? Christians in her area… Read more
I am Jamila, and I am eight years old. I live in a country very different from America. To visit me from America, you would have to travel on a plane or boat. My family and I love Jesus, and because of that, some people in my country hate us. They treat Christians harshly and… Read more
The Moi language is spoken by about 6,400 people in Indonesia. It became a written language only about 12 years ago. Moi people are still learning to read their heart language. CAM’s Bible story book was translated into Moi within the past few years and is being used to teach the people how to read…. Read more
“There remains a critical shortage of Bibles . . . because of the massive growth of the Church,” wrote a CAM contact who distributes Bibles in a closed and restricted country. “Tens of millions of Christians are still unable to access God’s Word.” Thanks to God’s blessing and your generous support, CAM was able to… Read more
For more than a century, no one dared move the six stones that stood in the middle of the village, marking the place where six girls had been buried alive in 1905. Several Liberian bush villages had been at war, and the village of Gbarjorkor was losing. The villagers believed human sacrifice would bring them… Read more
In Siberia, a region in Russia that extends into the far north, nomadic reindeer herders live much the same as their ancestors have for hundreds of years. They make their own clothing from reindeer fur, live in tents made of reindeer skins, and migrate thousands of miles on handmade reindeer-drawn sleds. Besides the harsh and… Read more