Bridging the Resource Gap
Church leaders may have a Bible in their own language, but it’s not a given. In most cases contextual poverty means they have limited access to practical tools and learning resources to help them understand, interpret and deepen their understanding of scripture.
Leaders – of all ages and stages – are supplied with a wide range of crucial learning resources which effectively bridge the gap for them between poverty and potential, calling and confidence.
From New Zealand we bridge the gap by providing resources in three main areas:
Edgar Ebojo, translator & Langham Scholar, Philippines
“Because the Word of God is now available in their own language, it gives them an identity, that God speaks their language. And if God can speak their language, God can understand them – God can understand their suffering and their challenges… and everything they’re going through … With this, there is Hope.”
How you can help
Your gift bridges the gap for leaders like Edgar, providing them with crucial resources, venues and organisational support so that they can effectively learn the skills of Christian leadership and then move on to enable the fast-growing Church.