“Every morning when I wake up . . . I close my eyes and see a vision of me standing in a wide, open green field, holding up the Bible my wife is going to help translate. . . .”
Robert, a farmer in Ghana, Africa, was comforted along with his four sons by God’s Word after the death of his wife. He seemed to be doing well, but his heart broke when the season for planting seeds arrived.
A dream gave Anton access to the Bible. Now it’s his dream to make sure others have the same opportunity to read, hear and know Scripture.
Christmas was coming. On the Cape Verde Islands off the coast of West Africa, the Cape Verdean translation team was hard at work translating the Gospel of Luke into their mother tongue: Kabuverdianu. When they completed the first two chapters, they gave a copy to their pastor to review.
After his wife died, Militon had a dream in which his wife appeared to him. “Don’t travel the trail that I’m travelling on now,” she told him.
An angry young man named Ricardo burned down a missionary couple’s house. But after he found a Bible that had survived the fire and slipped it into his pocket, everything changed.