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Solar-Powered Bibles On Their Way To Haiti

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Solar-Powered Bibles On Their Way To Haiti

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Solar-Powered Bibles On Their Way To Haiti

Solar-Powered Bibles On Their Way To Haiti

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A Christian group in the United States is sending solar-powered Bibles to Haiti. The devices broadcast scripture in Haitian Creole. Each is loud enough to be heard by hundreds of people. The group Faith Comes By Hearing says 600 of its audio bibles are on the way to Haiti.

RENEE MONTAGNE, host:

And as relief organizations around the world deliver necessities to Haiti like food, water and medical supplies, one group sees itself as ministering to a more intangible need. Our last word in business is audio Bible.

An American Christian group is sending solar-powered Bibles to Haiti. The devices broadcast scripture in Haitian Creole. Each is loud enough to be heard by hundreds of people. The group called Faith Comes by Hearing says 600 of its audio Bibles are on the way.

And that's the business news from MORNING EDITION from NPR News. I'm Renee Montagne.

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

And I'm Steve Inskeep.

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