The need for truth-filled books and resources in Ethiopia is more urgent than ever!
Ethiopia is one of the oldest Christian nations in the world. Since Philip first led the Ethiopian eunuch to Christ in the first century A.D. (Acts 8:26–36), nearly all of northern Africa has fallen to Middle Eastern religions.
Our ministry partners in this sole remaining Christian country in all of North Africa have been pleading for more Christian resources.
YOUR GIFT TODAY will help fulfill this prayer request!
Please don’t delay. The need for truth-filled books and resources in Ethiopia is more urgent than ever!
- Today, Middle Eastern religions are prevalent in Ethiopia and are a close second to Christianity. They’re fast-growing, and they’re gaining popularity — and converts.
- Young people are the most vulnerable. If we don’t speak truth into the searching minds of this next generation, who will?
Every $3.25 you send will provide a truth-filled book like More Than a Carpenter, translated into the heart language of those who will receive it.
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“What do you believe about Jesus?” asked Iman. Ashenafi shrugged and answered, “He is the son of God . . . one of the sons of God.” As their conversation continued, Iman learned that the Ethiopian college student was a follower of a prominent Middle Eastern religion.
“There are 50,000 errors in the Bible,” Ashenafi contended.
“What if I told you it’s historically and scientifically proven that there are no errors and the Bible is true?” Iman asked. “If you can prove it, then I might have room for Christianity,” declared Ashenafi.
The next day, Iman returned with a copy of More Than a Carpenter. Although Ashenafi didn’t accept Christ that day, he was thankful and promised to read it. What an impact just one book can have on someone searching for truth!