Voice for the Villages is a current project that we are working together with our strategic partners, “partnering missionaries”, around the World providing material and training for pastors in villages and the least desirable areas.
Voice for the Villages is a ministry of Vision Baptist Church. Our goal is to reach into the villages of several different countries. We, with the help several strategic partners, are helping lead up the outreach in rural locations throughout the world. Places like the villages in communist China, the Mossi people of Burkina Faso, the Xhosa people in South Africa and small villages in Northern Africa where Islam has a strong hold.
What does this include?
Translation – Every month there is a PDF prepared with essential material to help these rural pastors. Currently there has been three full-time translators hired to translate these PDF’s into Chinese, Moore, Xhosa and Arabic.
Printing – Every month after these PDF’s are translated, they will be printed and put into a notebook.
Recording – If the need arises, that some of the rural pastors are illiterate, then the material will be read, recorded, and placed onto a MP3 player.
Training – After everything is prepared, the translated material will be delivered to the rural pastors and there will be a short training session with him.
What are the cost?
The preparation and reception of the PDFs are free of charge. But we have the cost of labour for our full-time translator, printing/notebook cost, and transportation cost driving out to the villages. Also, if we need to, we will hire someone to record the material in the native language, plus the cost to purchase the MP3 players.
Startup Cost: We have minimal startup cost, mainly consisting of a computer, quality printer and material to create the notebooks.
Interested in Helping?
If you are interested in financially helping us in this ministry, you can send all monthly or one-time donations to:
Voice for the Villages
P.O. Box 442
Alpharetta, GA 30009
Please make checks out to “Vision Baptist Missions” with “Voice for the Villages” in the memo.