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"In the morning sow thy seed, and in the evening withhold not thine hand" (Ecclesiastes 11: 6).





Currently, the staff of the Bible Society have a large database of contacts with active clergymen of churches of variouSs denominations in Belarus. Those are people who do not sit inside the walls of their church buildings and often teach and preach to themselves, but purposefully go to the world and contribute to the transformation of that world. With their help, employees of the Bible Society plan to provide spiritual literature to people in desperate need. Permanent interaction with local clergymen for the dissemination of the Holy Scripture is the most effective way of reaching people in need in all regions of the country with the Word of God.



Tatyana, pastor of the Church of Evangelical Christian Faith in Cherikov, Mogilev region, says: "Along with my parishioners, we visit 40 villages in our district. The residents come up and ask for a Bible, but I cannot give, as the donations in the Church are small due to low salaries, and the Bible is too expensive to buy. Apart from us, no one in these villages comes and talks about God. The greatest need is for the New Testaments and large font Bibles, since there are many elderly people in the villages". Sergei, presbyter of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Rechitsa, Gomel region, shares his problems: "Our Church members visit children in a social shelter, we help large families and those with adopted children in nearby villages. For them, we collect clothes, food. But I really want to give Children's Bibles to children and ‘adult’ Bibles to parents". Fr. Alexander, a priest of the Orthodox Church in Verbovichi village, Narovlya district, says: "In the summer, I gather children from poor and dysfunctional families from the surrounding villages and organize a camp for them; I need Children's Bibles for that".