Evangelism: Church to distribute Bibles to immigrants

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The Bible League International, a nonprofit Christian ministry is set to distribute thousands of Bibles and discipleship literature to immigrants in the Dallas-Fort Worth in Texas.

The Bible League International is centred on training church leaders and witnessing to communities worldwide.

The gesture, according to the organization is part of the International Day of the Bible observance, which falls on Nov. 21.

The Regional Training Director of BLI, Harold Trujillo, said he believes the DFW metropolitan area is a key place to work to evangelize different ethnic groups.

“To reach out to those people who really are in need of help and in need of knowing the Lord Jesus Christ, and especially some of those people who travel from different countries, Dallas has become one of the hubs in the southern belt where the people [are] coming across,” Trujillo explained.

“Our mission is to engage them with the Bible and use the local churches. And we train the local churches, and we equip them, and we provide them with the materials they need to reach them.”

Trujillo estimates that the group will be distributing around 500 copies of the Bible for adults, plus more for children, specifically the Easy-to-Read Version. The group will also distribute around 2,500 evangelistic materials and 2,500 discipleship materials, plus more materials for youth.

BLI will coordinate its efforts with two predominantly Hispanic local congregations, Centro Evangelistico Hispano Church in Mesquite and IDD Life Fellowship en Español in Hurst. They will each host outreach training events on Nov. 11 and Nov. 13, respectively.

Trujillo stressed the importance of working with the “two key churches,” noting that “this is a matter of building relationships” and “keeping that relationship alive.”

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