Earlier this year I was telling a friend about the following sweet, life-vignette that had happened just that day.
Today a lady came to buy a Banwaon Bible and she also wanted a Bible lesson book used by the Bible teachers.
Inay Rujin is a lovely, gentle lady and in her shy soft-spoken way she said “I really want our very own books because each night we have been borrowing copies from other people so we can read them to our children.”
I could just visualize the couple sitting by the flickering kerosene homemade bottle-lamp in their simple, dark house as the village settles down for the night, reading to their kids who would be lying on the woven mats on the hard floor waiting for sleep to eventually come. Continue reading