Bibles and Christian literature are not readily available in some Middle Eastern countries and cannot be found in libraries or bookstores. The few churches have a limited supply and this is quickly exhausted. The only spiritual food many get is via Christian radio and TV programmes.
A long-waited revision of the Persian Bible was just completed in 2008, and the Persian Ministry’s goal is to get it in the hands of as many seekers and believers as possible.
The team is also working to provide the Persian Church with one or more Christian books each year. Two titles that will be available this year are 'Dare to Stand Alone' (a commentary on Daniel), and 'The Gospel As It Really Is' (a commentary on Romans).
Funds for this project will cover the translation and printing of 500 copies each of the two Christian titles mentioned above, as well as the purchase of Persian Bibles (at £4 each).