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Andrew Earnshaw Director of Partnership at Bible League International Shares the Mission

Andrew Earnshaw, Director of Partnership at the Bible League International, shares with us how he changed his life around by re-finding his faith and joining the team at the Bible League International.

He explains how the Bible League is translating the Bible into a variety of languages and distributing these bibles to many countries. He also shares with us the history of the Bible League as he tells us the story of how it was founded by Bill Chapman.

In 1936 Bill Chapman became seriously ill and landed in a hospital in Chicago. An elder from my church came to visit Bill and prayed that his life might be spared and that I would be led into the service of Christ.

In 1938, Bill and Betty Chapman purchased 1,000 Bibles and went door-to-door in Walkerton, Indiana. They asked, ‘Do you have a Bible?’ And if the home didn’t, ‘Will you promise to read this Bible?’

Today, Bible League International offers the hope of God’s Word, sharing Bibles, and Bible-based study and training tools with those in need of salvation. Beginning with the Chapmans’ simple act of faith, Bible League International has faithfully provided God’s Word around the world.

You can find out more about the Bible League International or even schedule a visit by going to their website: https://www.bibleleague.org/

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