My Own Miracle Story | SBC Voices

Bart Barber

Bart Barber

Last November I went to Senegal—one trip in a series by which our church is trying to take the gospel to an Unengaged, Unreached People Group. While living among our people group, we stay in tents that we pitch in the Community Center. This building houses the offices of the rural community’s President, Vice-President, and Secretary. A “rural community” in Senegal is something like a township in some US states, and they elect officers. God has blessed us with a good relationship with the President and the Vice-President of the rural community. The President is a believer, and on that very trip we had the opportunity to give a Bible to the Vice-President and to share the gospel with him. Continue reading →

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