Students raise $400G to translate Bible for deaf people across world

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Almost 40,000 college students banded together at the Passion 2019 conference this year to help spread the gospel to those who don't currently have access to it.

Brad Jones, global ambassador for Passion conferences, told Fox News that thousands of young people, ages 18 to 25, gathered for three days in four different locations for teaching and worship.

“In the last week, people have gathered for football games and holiday celebrations," Jones said. "During Passion 2019, 40,000 college students and leaders gathered under one name—the name of Jesus. Passion is more than an event; we exist to see this generation live for what matters most—for us, that’s the fame of Jesus.”

In past years, Passion students have raised $8.3 million to fight modern-day slavery through Passion and the END IT Movement. This year, they wanted to add a new initiative.

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