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Favorite Stories from the Bible

CAM’s Bible story books have been translated into 76 languages, making it possible to reach many people groups. Some of these groups have never heard the Gospel. The vivid pictures in the books help the Bible stories become alive and create a hunger for God’s Word in both children and adults.

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