Believing that the Bible has supernatural power to transform lives, and recognizing that an estimated 70% of the world’s population are oral learners or cannot read well enough to understand the Bible, Faith Comes By Hearing provides audio and video recordings of Scripture in indigenous languages and makes these recordings freely and widely accessible.
Every Tribe Every Nation (ETEN), an alliance of key translation organizations and donors, recently set an objective to ensure that every person in the world would have enough Scripture by the year 2033 to come to Christ and become a disciple. Alongside ETEN, Faith Comes By Hearing has launched Vision 2033: To partner with like-minded ministries to record Scripture in every language of the world that needs it by the year 2033, and make these recordings freely available by every means possible.
To donate to FCBH to help it continue its extremely effective ministry to reach the lost, click the ‘donate’ button to the right.
For more information on FCBH, visit its website at www.FaithComesByHearing.com. for more information and to begin to disciple dozens for only $42, hundreds for only $350 and thousands for only $3,500 dollars. Where else can you take someone through the New Testament in their native tongue for such a small investment?
This ministry has been thoroughly vetted by third party philanthropic counsel Calvin Edwards and Co. (CEC).
Morgan Jackson is the Executive Vice President of Faith Comes by Hearing, an audio bible recording ministry that has recorded the bible in over 1500 languages to reach over 1.3 million communities around the world. Morgan’s parents founded the organization in 1972 with a strong conviction to share the gospel and an unwavering commitment to God’s calling for their lives.
Faith Comes by Hearing is also part of a larger collaboration of organizations that are united in the goal to make the bible accessible to everyone on the planet by 2033, two thousand years after Christ’s death. And they are making incredible progress. We were deeply encouraged by the stories and vision Morgan had to share.