News from Poland!

Dear Ones!

As many of you know, we now have the Recovery Version with Footnotes in Polish! Yay! So I just want to send y’all a little update on what’s been happening 🙂 please keep praying for us!! (The following is an overall report our team wrote:)

Thank you for your prayers for our first distribution of the Polish NT Recovery Version.

Last Thursday, we had 10 saints distributing Bibles throughout the day from 9am to 2pm at the Pedagogical University of Kraków (small university with 15,000 students) during their open day for prospective students. It was cold outside, but thankfully no rain. We had a table on the public sidewalk near the entrance to the university and we gave out 175 Polish NT and 5 English NT. We had a good response from community people as well as university and high school students. Even a taxi driver honked at us to bring him a Bible before the light changed. Word spread fast that we were giving out Bibles. We brought with us more than enough Polish Bibles based on previous distributions of English ones in the city, but we ran out twice and had to pack the Bibles at the table. During the day four people prayed and we have 8 personal contacts. One sister already had an appointment the next day with one of the students.

We are planning to go to three other universities this week (and one in April) during their open days to distribute more Bibles. Thank you for your prayers. Please pray for these Bible recipients, for the follow-up care, and for the next distributions.

Hallelujah and we are so thankful to the Lord for all that He has done. May the Lord continue to spread His Word to His hungry seekers in Poland! And may we cooperate with the Lord to take care of these ones so that they may become building material for His church!

PICTURES: Packing some of the first Polish RcV about to be distributed! (Saints have gathered at our house 3 times this past week to pack Bibles)

“Love,

Audrey and Piotr

P.S. PLEASE COME and join us! Our home is TOTALLY OPEN for hospitality!!! Come, come, come!

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