Voice in the Villages | Moha’s Story

The Voice in the Villages is the newest our our ministries at Vision Baptist Missions. It is a very simple concept. We take 100 pages of solid Biblical teaching send it as a pdf to an office overseas were it is translated (chinese, arabic, moore, xhosa, etc). The translated document is printed and is delivered into a village with in driving distance of the office. It helps “fight the theological famine” that is often found in the villages of the world.

Moha’s Story

Moha lives in Qsar Moui, a red mud-brick village of only 3,000 people lying in a picturesque green valley watered by a lone natural spring and surrounded by brown desert peaks close to the border of Algeria and Morocco. Everyone speaks a native dialect of Berber called Tamazighet. Most have learned Arabic at least in the Moroccan dialect. There are four mosques in Moha’s town and no churches. In fact, there are no Christians at all within a two-hour drive that we know of…except Moha.

Moha heard of Christ in 1994 through short wave radio. He accepted Christ over ten years ago and has received many threats for his faith. He has been praying that God would send someone to help him convince his wife, ten children, and many grandchildren of Christ. Through the Voice of the Villages project we are giving Moha the tools and knowledge he needs to reach his family and village for Christ.

Would you prayerfully consider helping us in this endeavor? The Voice in the Villages projects really understands the great need on the mission fields and meets a need in a very simple, tangible manner. We are very grateful for their partnership.


I currently serve as the provisional director of Vision Baptist Missions. You can learn more about us at http://visionbaptistmissions.com.



About the author

Trent serves as an Associate Pastor at Vision Baptist Church in Alpharetta, GA. He writes, speaks, and helps lead events that encourage people to "pioneer" in the work of sending.

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