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Scottish Bible Society seeks funds for conflict-ridden Congo

A new appeal by the Scottish Bible Society aims to raise funds to help people in the vast and conflict-ridden Democratic Republic of Congo in central Africa.

The money is needed to aid the local Bible Society in bringing the message of the Gospel to its people through three projects: Scripture booklets to educate about the dangers of HIV/AIDS, publication of the first-ever New Testament in the Ketiine language, and improved Scripture distribution to communities isolated by overgrown tracks.

“With a good response to this appeal,” says the Scottish Bible Society’s chief executive Elaine Duncan, “we hope that the country’s wealth in mineral resources can again be matched by its people’s richness in spiritual resources.”

Full story at Christian Today.

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