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Iraqi Gospel Resources

A special welcome to all visitors of Iraqi heritage! This page contains links to Bibles, stories and web sites written in Arabic, Kurdish, Assyrian, and Armenian, which tell about Jesus and His love for the Iraqi people.

Many followers of Jesus are praying that God will bless the Iraqi people, and some of the links on this page have information to help them learn more about the Iraqi language and culture.

Thank you for visiting. May the grace and peace of God be yours today!


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Iraqi Publications About Jesus

The Four Spiritual Laws explains God's plan of salvation in Arabic.

Thru the Bible, the classic five-year radio Bible study with Dr. J. Vernon McGee, is broadcast daily on the internet in Arabic.

Iraqi Bibles

Arabic Bibles Online:

Arabic Bibles to purchase:
(Your purchases from Amazon support our ministry. Thank you!)

From International Bible Society:

from Amazon.com:
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New Testaments:

Bibles:

Children's Bible:

Bilingual:

Audio Bibles:

Bibles in Your Language makes it easy to find audio, online and print Bibles in 250 languages.

Background Info on the Iraqi People

The SIL Ethnologue reports that more than 20 languages are spoken by Iraq's 22 million people.

Standard Arabic and Kurdi are the official languages. Other languages include Assyrian, Armenian, and others.

The World Factbook reports that Iraqis are 97% Muslim (Shi'a 60%-65%, Sunni 32%-37%), and 3% Christian or other.

An estimated 300,000 Iraqis live in the United States, mostly in California and Michigan.

Information for Churches

Perhaps you've noticed that several Iraqi families have moved into your community. Your church would like to get acquainted with them and find ways to serve your new neighbors. But how can you begin?

Begin by cultivating a loving heart, a listening ear, and the habit of prayer. Look for opportunities to learn about other cultures and develop skills for cross-cultural communication. There are lots of resources on this site, including the article "How to Start a Cross-Cultural Ministry," that can help you prepare to move forward in faith.

The Jesus Film is a great way to share the gospel in the "heart language" of your Iraqi neighbors. Campus Crusade for Christ has produced this beautiful film of the gospel of Luke and translated it into over 800 languages, including Standard Arabic, Kurdi, Assyrian and Armenian. Your church can buy a video for less than $20 and sponsor a "Iraqi Night" to show the film and begin a dialogue. Ask Iraqi leaders in the community if they would like to see the film and if they'll help you invite other families.

To order the Jesus Film, visit Jesusfilm.org. Or order by phone from Campus Crusade at 1-800-432-1997.

God's Story is an 80-minute video which presents the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. The video (and an audio version) are available in Arabic.


The International School of Ministry offers affordable bible training in Arabic. Their course in structured, taught by interdenominational Christian leaders, and available on audio tapes so your church can become a training center.

Learn the Language

If you want to honor your Iraqi friends, learn a few phrases in their language.

These are the best-selling Arabic language books at Amazon.com:

Recommended Reading

Reasoning from the Scriptures With Muslims
by Ron Rhodes
Harvest House Publishers, 2002
Blood Brothers
by Elias Chacour
Chosen Books Pub Co, 2003
Muslims and Christians at the Table :
Promoting Biblical Understanding Among North American Muslims

by Bruce A. McDowell, Anees Zaka, Harvie M. Conn
Presbyterian & Reformed Publishing Company, 1999


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