“There are still at least 130 million people, speakers of 1,680 languages, with a clear need for translation of the Bible into their languages”, say the members of a Bible translation initiative in Spain.
Some believers say that “one of the greatest assets in life is forgiveness”, while others state that “the church is not as enthusiastic as the NGOs” about abolition.
After the blast that killed over 100 people, the residents of the biggest Equatorial Guinean city are “starting to recover”, says an evangelical aid worker on the ground.
Evangelical churches and entities have begun to aid assisting victims on the ground and sending donations.
The Baptist church in the most populous city of Equatorial Guinea lost the roof and members of evangelical communities have been affected. “We have never gone through a situation like this. We are fearful and very worried, but we rest in the Lord”.
+Q Salud has been conducting training and health care in the country for more than ten years. Now the NGO has reached an agreement with the local authorities to develop a program similar to the medical residency in Spain.
In 1870, an American missionary founded the first Baptist church in Madrid. Swedish missionaries started work in the Mediterranean region. “We can only thank God for his faithfulness”, the Evangelical Baptist Union of Spain says.
The sanction includes the expulsion of the religious leaders and foreign personnel, banning the possibility of re-entering the country.
Facing the closing of borders and the cancellation of projects, Christian missionaries say they are ready to continue their work wherever necessary.