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Acholi Audio Bible Delivers Hope to Uganda Slum District
In cooperation with the Bible Society of Uganda, the Digital Bible Society, Faith Comes by Hearing, and a local church, the Acholi audio Bible has reached the Acholi Quarters of Kampala, a slum district of more than 15,000. As a result, young men, most whom are homeless and have been in trouble with the authorities, have been listening to the audio Bible on Saturdays and some have received their own personal audio Bible. Those we spoke to shared how the audio bibles have helped to bring hope and a desire to live differently for Christ.
Each Saturday about 40 young men, aka “Street Kids”, arrive at the Pentecostal Evangelical church to listen to the Word of God in their home language and discuss what they’ve heard, how to apply it to their lives and enjoy a free meal. Reverend Ouko, the lead pastor, shares, “Audio bibles are really very important to communities like ours. I’ve seen a lot of changes in this community. Many of them took up what they learnt and it has helped them to really know what God is saying. The lifestyle that they’re living is not what God wants. People that were hopeless now have hope. Families that had given up now see some hope. God is doing something in this community.”