MOROCCO: Lack of Access to Bibles Limiting Discipleship

19 September 2023

Source: The Voice of the Martyrs USA

Only a fraction of one percent of the population of Morocco are Christians, and the lack of access to Bibles limits the growth of Christian communities. “Believers and seekers in this country face a shortage of physical Bibles and are usually obligated to interact with God’s Word in an online or digital format, which is not accessible for everyone,” a front-line worker said.

Additionally, new followers of Christ are often threatened by family members, discriminated against by landlords, and forced to relocate unexpectedly.

The worker requested prayer that governmental restrictions on Bibles and Christian materials be removed, for unity among believers, and for persecuted Christians in the country to grow through persecution and experience joy in suffering.

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