After receiving his first Bible from The Voice of the Martyrs, “Adhit” clutched the precious book near his chest in gratitude. He finally had personal access to God’s Word and could now go much deeper in his relationship with Jesus in Nepal.
Adhit’s story is common throughout the 68 countries where VOM serves our persecuted Christian family. For many believers in restricted and hostile nations, Bible ownership is out of the question. Bibles in these areas are simply unavailable or too costly for poor believers.
Last year, VOM workers collected the names of 178,875 believers from hostile and restricted nations who are waiting for a Bible. These include the names of children and believers in the most restricted nations, such as Iran and North Korea. Each Bible costs just $6, including the cost of distribution. These believers are waiting for a Bible today–will you help?