The Bible Fellowship wants to “reach migrant workers and international World Cup visitors through the distribution of the Gospel of John and the New Testament” in 14 languages.
The World Cup kicked off yesterday in Qatar, and the Bible Fellowship sees it as "an incredible opportunity to spread the good news of the gospel to thousands of people."
The New Testament and the Gospel of John will be distributed there in 14 languages. Dr. Hrayr Jebejian, secretary general of the Gulf Bible Alliance, unveils the organization's “plan”.
“The plan is to reach migrant workers and international World Cup visitors through the distribution of the Gospel of John and the New Testament in Arabic, English, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Malayalam, Nepali, Portuguese, Sinhalese, Spanish, Tagalog, Tamil and Telugu. »
While thousands have lost their lives building these “stadiums of shame,” the Gulf Bible Alliance stands with the “1,8 million migrant workers from Bangladesh, Nepal, India and others.” "This is a wonderful opportunity for the Gulf Bible Fellowship to reach lonely, depressed and troubled people - workers and visitors - with the comforting and uplifting word of God," said Hrayr Jebejian.