Video Series – Little Red Radios

Sharing the Gospel in Isolated Villages in Bolivia

Journey with us to the mountains of Bolivia. We’re bringing the Word of God in Quechua to the often illiterate people in remote valleys and scattered homes.

Imagine hearing the Word of God in your own language for the first time. Greg and Alex have spent more than a decade taking audio gospels to the Quechua people in the mountains of Bolivia, an area where few know how to read in their mother tongue. Now they’ve delivered more than 50,000 radios.

Journey with us to the mountains of Bolivia. We’re bringing the Word of God in Quechua to the often illiterate people in remote valleys and scattered homes.

Finding community can be tricky, even in Christian circles. But short-term groups who visit the team in Bolivia often find a rich sense of belonging. While distributing audio gospels alongside Greg and Alex, they experience the love and care of the team and the Quechua people. Many come away feeling that God has intricately woven them into His story in the mountains of Bolivia.

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