Words of Life - Binumarien

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Short audio Bible stories and evangelistic messages that explain salvation and give basic Christian teaching. Each program is a customised and culturally relevant selection of scripts, and may include songs and music.

Program Number: 16261
Language name: Binumarien

Program Length: 36:38

From Creation to Christ ▪ Noah ▪ The Two Roads ▪ The Gadarene ▪ Christ Our Substitute

18:20

1. From Creation to Christ ▪ Noah ▪ The Two Roads ▪ The Gadarene ▪ Christ Our Substitute

The Two Births ▪ Words About Heaven ▪ Lazarus and the Rich Man ▪ The Ten Virgins ▪ The Prodigal Son

18:18

2. The Two Births ▪ Words About Heaven ▪ Lazarus and the Rich Man ▪ The Ten Virgins ▪ The Prodigal Son

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