Evangelist Rochunga Pudaite, Who Brought the Bible to Millions Around the World, Has Died at 87

October 15, 2015

Christian evangelist Rochunga Pudaite, founder of Bibles For The World, died at a hospital in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on Saturday at the age of 87, it has been reported. Pudaite, known as "God's tribesman," is credited with bringing the Bible to millions of people throughout the world due to his evangelistic efforts.

 

 

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