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Because of you, school children in Ghana have their own Bibles!

Achimota School in Ghana celebrated the first phase of the NLT School Bible Launch in early March. Over 2,000 students, teachers, and leaders rejoiced during the launch and 80 of their students came to know Christ through the event.

You can help get more Bibles to children in Bible clubs and schools across Africa, and help them grow their faith.

Over 270 million

kids in sub-saharan Africa need a Bible.  

Just $40

puts a Bible into the hands of 10 students.

NLT Africa Edition

Bible is easily understandable.

Every easily understandable, Africa edition Bible you provide is an investment in the life of a child and the future of the church in Africa, where the church is growing faster than anywhere else in the world.

Oasis's partners like Scripture Union, Association of Christian Schools International, and AWANA are working on the ground to provide school children with their own Bible. You can place a Bible in a child’s hands and impact the rest of their life.

Partner with Oasis to ensure that the leadership of tomorrow's church is being grounded in the Word of God today.

Good Shepherd Primary School

New, young believers need Bibles to grow their faith.

“These three young men accepted Christ today and the first thing they asked was if I can get them a Bible each and I was very glad that the Lord had already made a way.”

—Jjuuko Robert, Founder of God Watching Over Us Children Ministry, Uganda, on receiving the New Living Translation: Africa Edition Bibles to youth in ministry

A Pot for Bibles for Children in Africa

What happens when 120 kids in the U.S. are challenged to provide a Bible for a fellow kid in Africa?

Do you remember getting your first Bible as a child?

When Bishop Okoh first learned to read at the age of seven, his father witnessed him silently reading entire passages from the family Bible. His father bought a Bible for him. Okoh said,"I was so happy to own my very first property with my name on it. It would be my own Bible."

Watch Archbishop Okoh tell his story.

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