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Over its many ministries, Bible Alone Ministry provides Scripture access to people around the world via technology.  Through our International Ministry Work, we partner with a global network of Bible Societies to enable Bible provision, encourage Bible reading and deliver messages to support those who seek for spiritual healing.

Our particular ministries provide God’s Word to those in most need of its life-changing message of hope. Ministry Areas of Focus include Nursing Homes, Church Outreach, Multi-Language, Youth and Children and Disturbance Healing.

We have identified key areas of outreach that confirm our commitment to eradicating Bible poverty, restoring broken lives and transforming church and culture through God’s Word.

…meditate on this:

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.

Call distribution and Statistics for Radio Bible Alone Ministry

LINE (1213-992-4376) 

NJ 87.34%, MA 5.06%, FL 3.16%, GA 3.16%, VA 0.63% 

LINE (1712-832-7128)

FL 55.56%, IA 11.11%, MD 11.11%, NY 11.11%, TX 11.11%

 

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