Esteban, born blind, possessed a keen ear. He listened to the Scriptures, committing their verses to memory much like he would memorize the cadence of a song. Yet, acquiring access to the spoken Word of God remained an arduous challenge for Esteban.
Esther’s parents exhausted their savings on a witch doctor in pursuit of her healing, yet their efforts bore no fruit. When the sound of Christians worshipping reached her ears, a newfound faith began to take root within her.
As Andrew passionately spoke about the Print-On-Demand Bibles and the Pearl Player Audio Bibles he had in his possession, a sense of excitement rippled through the community. Pastors from the tribe eagerly rushed to the radio station upon hearing the broadcast.
Over the span of two years, aided by Village Players, the Gospel has spread like a powerful rain, drenching the remote and secluded mountainous areas of Uganda that had remained untouched by its message until now.
The Waorani of Miwawuno have embraced the Gospel, yet for many, their inability to read has left them unable to fully comprehend the teachings of the Bible. However, during our visit, everything changed.