Biblical Resources

This page highlights pictures from projects supported by Acts of Grace within the most recent five years.

Photos are listed in alphabetical order by charity name. Click on the charity's name to be redirected to its website. Click on the Grant Description link to learn more about each grant. These pictures are used with the express permission of the organization that provided them and are not to be reproduced for any other purpose.

Global Recordings Network

East Africa Recording and Distribution Project (Kenya, Tanzania)

Grant Year: 2018

Grant Description

  • Global Recordings Network works with language helpers to translate Bible Story scripts into their mother tongue then make a digital audio recording of the script. Languages selected are those currently without Scripture in their mother tongue or with limited access to a local church.

  • Audio recordings are uploaded to playback devices, SD cards, CDs and uploaded to the 5fish app for free download to mobile devices. The recordings are paired with Bible picture books to help pastors and missionaries effectively communicate the Gospel of Christ to unreached peoples and oral based language groups.

  • Global Recordings Network staff meet with Pastors to demonstrate how to use the audio-visual materials and to distribute the recordings and Bible picture books for use in their ministry. Pastors, church leaders and missionaries use the audio recordings and Bible picture books to share the Bible messages.

Publications Chrétiennes

Required Reading to Train French Biblical Counselors

(Canada, France, Switzerland, Cameroon, Haiti)

Recurring Grant - Grant Years: 2018-2020

Grant Description

  • This project provides for the French translation of all remaining required reading books for the Certificate of Biblical Counseling program developed in partnership with CCEF and SEMBEQ.

    Pictured here: Matthieu Caron (Professor of Biblical Counseling at SEMBEQ and President of Fondation du Counseling Biblique (French-Speaking Biblical Counseling Foundation)) teaches a Biblical Counseling class at SEMBEQ.

  • These 20 books are necessary for the full development and implementation of the Certificate program in Quebec.  With a completed set of French-language books, this program will also be developed in French-speaking Europe, the Caribbean and Africa.

    Pictured here: Biblical Counseling students at Genevan Bible Institute (Switzerland) study with the books translated to French. Many of these students are only able to pursue studies in Biblical Counseling because of these newly translated French-language materials.

  • The resources are important tools to disciple and build up the French-speaking Church around the world  The resources will also be used by French-language pastors in their ministry. French-language Bible-based resources are often unavailable (out of print) or inaccessible (high price).

    Pictured here: Eight of the nine Biblical Counseling books and booklets newly translated into French and published in 2019.