Countless people around the world do not have the blessing of bookshelves loaded with good reading material. Many believers long for wholesome literature to nurture their souls.
Christian Family Magazines
What is going through this Liberian boy’s mind as he intently reads the Torch of Truth Christian family magazine? Will the sound Bible teaching take root and direct his life? Most Liberians have very few books or other reading material, so an attractive magazine is a treasure.
Do you ever have a real craving for spiritual food? Elena from Finland says she anticipates the Seed of Truth magazine “like a starving person longs for nutritional food.” Elena lives far from a church where she can hear God’s Word preached. This monthly magazine is an important part of her spiritual diet. Hundreds of… Read more
Florin Duciuo from Romania enjoys reading the Seed of Truth magazine and has kept copies of every issue ever printed. He started reading the magazine before he was married. Now, with a wife and seven children, Florin supplies his family with only edifying Christian literature. He says, “I embrace conservative Christianity. I learned my conservative values… Read more
Meesha* from Ukraine was struck to the core when he read the September 2016 issue of the Seed of Truth magazine. Meesha had divorced his first wife, and his pastor had blessed his marriage to another divorced woman. But after reading the articles “The Permanence and Sanctity of Marriage” and “Thou Art the Man,” Meesha… Read more
Anselmo Gonzales lives in rural Nicaragua and receives an Antorcha de la Verdad (Torch of Truth) magazine with his monthly food parcel from CAM. He can’t read, but he says just looking through these magazines reminds him of the Lord. Illiteracy is a common problem among the elderly in Nicaragua, but when they receive the… Read more
We receive the Seed of Truth magazine every month and read it with great joy,” the Grabar family from Ukraine wrote. “A sincere thank you for . . . supporting us spiritually with the wonderful magazine. We learn from it, and it helps to strengthen our faith. We especially like the family articles.” Articles in… Read more
Uriel Manzanares was walking toward the town of Waslala, Nicaragua. Discouraged, he brooded over his problems. No money, no job, and family conflicts. Suddenly, something colorful caught Uriel’s attention. It was an Antorcha de la Verdad (Torch of Truth) magazine, lying on the road where it had fallen. He picked it up and read the… Read more
During a Romanian holiday celebration, students at the Mocanu family’s school were asked to recite poems as part of an assignment. The Mocanu children explained to their teachers that their father allows them to learn and recite only Christian poems. Instead of memorizing silly poems related to the holiday, the children memorized poems from The… Read more