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July 2014 - Christian Books Worldwide
PO
Box
388
Leatherhead
Surrey
Christian
Books
Worldwide
E:
[email protected]
W:
www.cbww.org.uk
July
2014
Bring
the
Books
Praise
the
Lord
for
the
many
new
opportunities
He
has
given
us.
Sukesh
Pabari
returns
home
from
Kenya
this
month
to
take
up
a
pastorate
in
Clevedon.
We
are
currently
printing
four
new
books
he
translated
into
Swahili
with
two
more
re‐prints.
He
hopes
to
continue
the
work
in
Kangwangware
with
trips
abroad
as
a
caretaker
of
this
work.
Over
thirty
books
have
been
printed
and
are
being
distributed.
When
we
say
“distributed”,
we
have
learned
that
one
book
is
on
the
Radio
in
Tanzania.
We
have
supported
Stephen
Nowak
in
his
training
visits
to
Tanzania
with
near
on
20,000
of
Sukesh’s
Swahili
books.
On
Stephen’s
recent
visit
to
the
Mbeya
region
he
found
that
one
pastor
was
using
a
Swahili
book
received
previously,
on
a
regular
radio
slot,
where
each
week
he
reads
a
chapter
of
John
Piper’s
“50
Reasons
Why
Christ
Came
to
Die”
and
makes
comments
on
it.
With
50
chapters
this
gives
him
material
for
one
year.
So
the
Lord
is
multiplying
the
bread
again.
Recently,
Pastor
Robin
returned
from
Pakistan
where
the
Lord
opened
many
doors
for
the
gospel.
The
Lord
allowed
him
to
preach
in
three
different
churches,
speak
at
one
Bible
college,
visit
two
libraries,
and
distribute
500
Urdu
copies
of
“Foundation
of
Christian
Faith”
with
4000
leaflets.
The
difficulties
and
persecution
of
Christians
in
Pakistan
are
well
known,
yet
Robin
found
great
humility
and
hunger
for
God's
word.
Pray
for
boldness
for
Pakistani
Christians
to
reach
out
to
Muslims
and
trust
in
Him
who
is
able
to
save
their
souls.
There
is
a
great
need
for
commentaries
and
topical
books.
In
one
church
Robin
says:
”I
was
asked
to
speak
right
at
the
end
of
the
service
and
I
took
50
copies
of
FOCF
in
Urdu.
By
the
time
I
came
out
of
the
church
most
of
them
were
gone.”
The
effect
of
sin
can
be
seen.
During
the
visit
a
women
was
stoned
to
death
by
her
family
members,
a
suicide
bomb
killed
two
army
officers,
there
was
the
killing
of
Shia's
Muslims,
and
an
attack
on
Karachi
airport.
Not
all
these
things
reach
our
news.
Robin
is
grateful
to
those
who
prayed
for
him.
He
was
hoping
to
bring
his
mother
to
the
UK
due
to
her
poor
health,
but
they
have
not
been
able
to
obtain
a
visa.
Urdu
leaflet
CBW
is
currently
printing
in
Urdu
“Preaching
,
Pure
and
Simple”
by
Stuart
Olyott
Our
Chairman,
Jeremy,
just
got
back
from
an
end
of
year
conference
with
Garry
Williams
in
Nis,
Serbia,
at
the
Balkans
Theological
Seminary,
which
was
established
in
2013.
Those
who
know
the
brethren
in
Serbia
will
have
heard
of
Simo
Ralevic
and
his
brothers.
Simo's
story,
how
he
survived
under
the
communist
regime,
and
how
his
family
came
to
know
the
Lord,
and
then
started
translating
and
publishing
hundreds
of
Reformed
books
and
evangelistic
material,
is
an
amazing
one
of
praise
to
the
Lord.
Jeremy
has
known
Simo
from
boyhood
when
his
father
(John
Marshall)
used
to
take
the
family
'bible
smuggling'
for
their
family
holidays.
This
visit
was
the
culmination
of
many
dreams
to
establish
a
suitable
training
college
for
students
and
pastors
living
in
the
Balkan
region.
Ceda
and
Simo
Roger
Weil's
book
"Foundations
of
the
Christian
faith",
and
"Knowing
God"
by
Packer
have
just
been
published
in
Serbian,
and
were
distributed.
Garry
Williams
lectured
for
two
days
to
10
students
(who
are
beginning
training
for
the
ministry)
plus
about
30‐40
others
who
listened
in.
Most
seminary
students
in
any
context
are
keen
to
learn,
but
it
was
a
pleasure,
and
a
privilege
to
teach
men
so
obviously
hungry
for
God's
word,
and
in
a
context
where
there
is
so
little
of
it.
There
were
approaching
2
1/2
hours
of
Q
and
A
with
lots
of
good
questions,
which
is
always
a
sign
of
real
engagement
and
thinking.
People
come
from
quite
far.
There
were
a
number
of
students
and
attendees
from
Macedonia
in
particular.
The
newly
refurbished
buildings
in
the
centre
of
Nis
(the
second
city
of
Serbia)
allow
students
to
stay
overnight
and
eat
on
site.
The
library,
which
was
tiny,
is
much
expanded
with
old
and
new
books
on
theology
in
both
Serbian
and
English,
many
supplied
by
CBW.
Garry
helped
with
the
syllabus
for
next
year.
The
Balkans
region
is
so
needy
spiritually
and
materially,
and
the
work
of
this
fledgling
seminary
is
like
a
small
seed
that
we
should
pray
will
grow
into
a
strong
tree.
CURRENT
Projects:
Emanuel
addressing
students
at
Balkans
Theological
Faculty
Printing
in
Burmese,
Hakha
Chin,
Urdu,
Hindi,
Tamil,
Vaiphei,
Zulu,
Shona
and
6
books
in
Swahili.
New
Russian
stock.
Bring
the
Books
Our
new
logo
is
designed
to
reflect
our
partnership
with
Pastor
Training
International
Jeremy Marshall, David
Ide
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([email protected])
01483
200342
Robin
Asgher,
Mike
Taylor
([email protected])
01372
372983
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BOOKS
WORLDWIDE
is
a
registered
charity.
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