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WE ARE NON-DENOMINATIONAL
The Bible Society of Ghana (BSG) is a non-denominational Christian organization with voluntary membership. It is now registered under the Companies Act, 2019 (Act 992).
It is a member of the United Bible Societies (UBS) operating in over 200 countries. UBS is a world fellowship of National Bible Societies who have come together for consultation, mutual support and action in their common task of achieving the widest possible, effective and meaningful distribution of the Holy Scriptures and to help everyone interact with the Word of God.
TRAUMA HEALING PROGRAMME
The Trauma Healing Project aims at restoring hope and comfort to those who suffer pain and other forms of traumatic experiences. It is a Bible based program for the Church and Communities. It blends biblical and mental health principles.Donate to cause
SOME OF THE SUCCESS STORIES
VULNERABLE WOMEN IN NORTHERN GHANAIn northern Ghana hundreds of women and men are accused of sorcery and witchcraft by relatives or members of their community ends up living in ‘specialized camps’ after fleeing or being banished from their homes. These camps (Gambaga, Kukuo, Gnani, Kpatinga,Naabuli etc.. ), which are home to majority of women and children, offer poor living conditions with little hope of a normal life. These persons go through traumatic challenges having fled discrimination, threats or even mob justice after being accused of witchcraft and blames for ‘crimes’ such as causing sickness, droughts or fires, accused of causing death, cursing a neighbor or even just appearing in someone’s dream. The Bible Society of Ghana provides victims with local scripture materials in Audio format which comprises of Audio Bibles and Trauma Healing materials. A portable Audio device (Mega Voice Device) backed by Solar charging technology at a cost of USD40.00 is provided to alleged Victims
Persons with Visual Disability (PVD)The project seeks to provide the blind with easy access to Scriptures in Braille, audio, large print format and magnifier glass to champion for their inclusion in Church activities and promote Braille literacy. It is expected that persons with visual impairment will be motivated and challenged to be witnesses for Christ, involve in Church activities such as leadership roles, taking Scriptural readings or singing in the church choirs and equipping them with literacy skills to aid to in Bible reading. This project is to provide the libraries of the 10 PVD institutions in the country with Braille scripture materials including HIV education materials, braille papers for schools, local literature in braille materials, mega voice audio scripture devices all designed for children in primary to senior high schools.