At the heart of CAM programs is the goal to get God’s Word into as many hands as possible. In 2020, donations to this program helped provide 1.3 million Bibles. To spread the words of truth, we also use the avenues of Bible story books, inspirational books, and Bible correspondence courses. God has opened the door to distribute some of these items in unique places of the world, including closed and restricted countries.
The Njemps live on a remote island in Kenya. They retreated to this island, after fierce fighting erupted between them and another tribe.
At the heart of CAM’s programs is the goal to get God’s Word into as many hands as possible. Thank you, supporters, for your funds.
The villagers’ hunger for the Word spilled out as they eagerly reached for Bibles and asked questions about changing their occultic practices.
Our contacts around the world report an ever-increasing demand for Scriptures. Millions of people search desperately for hope and peace.
Bibles are an important way we seek to point people to Christ. The demand for Bibles is huge! Many anxiously wait for their first copy.
God’s light is shining in through His Word and driving away the darkness. These young men in Liberia received Bibles because you provided funds.
Requests for God’s Word resound around the world. Many believers long for their own copy of God’s Word. Thank you, supporters for sharing God’s Word.
For these schoolchildren from a Kenyan slum, owning a book is a rare treat. We hope the books they took home will influence them for life.
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.