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About Sharing the Story of Jesus

A little booklet called "The Ancient Path" circulating in several languages throughout Southeast Asia talks about how the story of Jesus wasn’t just made up by Westerners. It details how the true account of Jesus begins way before Buddha, Confucius, or Mohammad.

So far, "The Ancient Path" is printed in Vietnamese, Mandarin Traditional, Mandarin Simplified, Burmese, Chin (Myanmar), Nepali, Oriya, Telugu (India), and Tharu (Nepal).

"The Ancient Path" is translated but not yet printed in Mongolian, Marathi, Kannada, Telugu, Urdu, Garung (Nepal), and Laotian.

Translation is in process for Cham Muslim, Bengali, Chakmas, Manipuri, and Tamang. Other languages for people groups with little or no Bible literature are being considered as well.

Latest Updates from Sharing the Story of Jesus

distributing gospel tracts
Video: "Distributing Gospel Tracts Is the Most Effective Way"

Distributing gospel tracts is the most effective way to reach the unreached in Myanmar, Kimpi says. You'll have to watch the video to find out why. Be sure to turn up the volume!

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"The Ancient Path" Goes Digital

He has provided men and women to develop a website for "The Ancient Path," digital versions of several "Ancient Path" translations, and even a mobile app.

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"Found" in Translation

Bijaya has been working on a translation of “The Ancient Path” into the local language of an unreached group, which he thought was Maithili.

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Buddhist Monk Receives Bible After Wanting One for Two Years

The monk was so happy when I gave him the Bible and he even told me that it had been a long time that he was longing to have this.

Baptized them all
"So I Baptized Them All"

Using "The Ancient Path" tract, Suanpu has been evangelizing new areas around his village. He has been systematically traveling farther out each time.

Least evangelized division of Myanmar
Reaching the Least Evangelized Division of Myanmar

Tungpi hit a big city in the least evangelized division. He had previously sent 60,000 "The Ancient Path" gospel tracts to pastors and evangelists.

Heart language of Karen people
Getting the Gospel into the Heart Language of All People

"For me, if I hear the gospel in English or Thai, I may understand it. But if someone is sharing it in Karen, this touches my heart more."

Ancient Path recipient
Why Evangelists Use the "Ancient Path"

Its concise gospel message and cultural relevance are why evangelists use the "Ancient Path." Multiple of them have given us their perspective.

Maithili
The Gospel in Maithili

Pranaam! Kushal kine? That means "Hello! How are you?" in Maithili. Finally those who speak this language will get the gospel in their language.

Principal tract
School Principal Reads Gospel Tract, Allows Distribution to Whole School

Through prayer and God's amazing grace, this principal at a school in a restricted access country experienced an unexpected change of heart!

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Icon for Print 500 Print 500 "Ancient Path" Booklets in Burmese - $40
Icon for Print 770 Print 770 "Ancient Path" Booklets in Vietnamese - $100

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  • Pray for resources to be funneled into this project.
  • Pray that many would hear and believe the good news about Jesus.
  • Pray that God would use the digital versions of these tracts to make it into unreached parts of Asia.
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The people walking in darkness have seen a great light; a light has dawned on those living in the land of darkness. (Isaiah 9:2)