The Voice of the Martyrs magazine tells of two Hmong Christians who walked more than 500 kilometers to meet some missionaries to get some Bibles in their language. Their journey had taken more than three weeks. They were wearing rubber sandals; their faces were burned by the hot sun. They visited for an hour, put the Bibles in their bags, went outside, looked both ways and started their journey back to their village. A round trip journey on foot that took more than six weeks and covered over 1000 km. I wonder where they found food, where they slept, so many things go through my mind but most of all I think of so many of our people with every blessing on earth at their hands and their Bibles seldom opened and read.
(from Voice in the Wilderness magazine)