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Martin Luther believed it was essential that everyone have the opportunity to read the Bible in their own ‘heart language’. His translation of the Bible into German was one of the greatest literary accomplishments and its influence continues today. As part of our Reformation 500 celebrations, students were invited to ‘buy’ a bible for Cambodia.

As a College, we raised over $900 which was presented to Gideons International, who’s project is was to provide bibles to Cambodians in the Khmer language. We presented our cheque to representatives Stuart Mueller and Gordon and Kaye Johnstone at chapel this week. They shared information about the work they are doing in Cambodia and expressed thanks for the College’s support.