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.

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