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Loker Family

Southwestern Mexico is a patchwork of indigenous peoples and cultures. The rugged and isolated state of Oaxaca alone is home to 120 local languages. Written translations of the Scriptures have been available in the local dialects for years, but most people are oral learners or non-literate. If they can’t read the Bible well enough to understand God’s Word, how will they be reached with the Gospel?

In Latin America, Audio Scripture Ministries (ASM) spreads the Word of God by recording the Bible in local languages and distributing it in audio, through digital audio players and other tools. Through a network of Gospel Partners, the people groups of Oaxaca are hearing God’s Word in their own language, many for the first time. God is using His Word to win the lost and to strengthen local churches.

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Your Prayers at Work

Jesus multiplied five loaves and two fish to feed 5,000. Today Jim and Jamie Loker, ASM’s Latin America Directors, are seeing God multiply the...
“Ready, Set, Move,” was the VBS theme of Jerseyville Baptist Church (ON, Canada), where a small but mighty group of kids are making it possible to share God’s Word...
God is using your prayers and gifts to share His Word, even in unusual ways. Jesus said if His disciples would be quiet, even the stones would cry out proclaiming the Good News, but it’s still always a surprise when an audio Bible accidentally turns on inside your bag...