For most of us, literacy is such a part of our everyday world, it’s almost impossible to imagine life without it. But for nearly 300 million adults in South Asia, 68% being women and girls, the darkness and shame of being unable to read, write or do simple math is an everyday reality. The Women’s Empowerment Project, started by Jerry and Marilyn Hogshead, is changing that reality for nearly 600 women involved in twenty adult literacy classes.
People groups are moving around the globe in record numbers in search of better economic opportunities and religious freedom. Many hear the Good News of the Gospel for the first time in their new host countries and are hungry to learn more of what the Bible has to say.