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Highly Anticipated Resource: Interview with Matthew Elliot about the Africa Study Bible

PneumaReview.com: How could our readers help you with this project if they wished to be involved in some way?

Matthew Elliot: We launched a Kickstarter campaign starting on April 18th which gives an amazing opportunity to both give to the launch of the Bible in Africa and also get an advance copy of the Africa Study Bible in the US (months before it is available to the public).  Go to www.africastudybible.com to learn more.  If you can help this campaign go viral by sharing on social media and with your friends, maybe we can see something very special happen to launch the Bible!

We even have a postcard to give out to friends for Kickstarter- we can send you as many copies as you would like.  Write to: info@oasisint.net

Also, if you are involved in an African network or church we would love to hear from you.

Go to www.oasisint.net to find out how you can pray, give and share. Seven years of hard work and service have gone into bringing the Africa Study Bible to completion, and with your help it will get into the hands of millions of Africans!

 

 

Read The Africa Study Bible: Gospel of John in the GooglePlay Store.

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Category: Biblical Studies, Spring 2016

About the Author: Matthew A. Elliott serves as president of Oasis International and project director for the Africa Study Bible. Oasis International serves areas of the English-speaking world where people lack access to affordable Christian literature and the Bibles needed to mature in their faith. Matthew earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and master’s degree in New Testament at Wheaton College, as well as a Masters of Theology and a Doctorate of Philosophy in New Testament Studies from University of Aberdeen (Scotland). He was ordained at College Church in Wheaton, Illinois under Dr. Kent Hughes. He is the author of Faithful Feelings: Rethinking Emotion in the New Testament (InterVarsity UK/Kregel) and Feel: the Power of Listening to Your Heart (Tyndale House). Matthew, his wife, Laura, and three children reside in the Chicago area.

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