In a country with a history of nearly sixty-five years of warfare, a government that tightly controls the spread of Christianity, and a military that only a few weeks ago ransacked a church and stole from the donation boxes, it can be extremely difficult to obtain a copy of the Bible. It can be even more difficult if you can only read one of the many dialects spoken in Burma, such as Lhaovo. Many Lhaovo people have never owned a Bible they could read. However, just a few days ago we received word that a shipment of 960 ICC sponsored Bibles in the Lhaovo dialect had arrived in Burma. Thank God that these brothers and sisters who live under the constant threat of persecution will be able to read God’s Word for themselves. For some, it will be for the very first time.