World Missionary Press Works with Local Partners to Bring Scripture to the Jungles of Honduras

(Photo courtesy of World Missionary Press)

The ancient Mosquitia jungles of Honduras are known for unexpected discoveries of ancient cities. The dense forests lose civilizations and isolate the residents, but Scripture is beginning to reach these communities.

World Missionary Press (WMP) is now working with local partners to distribute thousands of translated booklets.

“These Scripture booklets in the language of the people are the only written Word of God that these people have ever seen,” says Helen Williams of WMP.

Meeting Local Needs

Honduras holds nine million people and half of them are children. The need for medicine, school supplies and more is great and on-the-ground organizations work to provide for them.

By working with these local partners, WMP is able to get booklets to unexpected places and supply existing work.

Believers often use the Scripture booklets as Bibles.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kali Katerberg

CALL TO ACTION

  • Consider donating to helping fund increased Scripture production, translation, and distribution.
  • Pray for the partners on the ground and their successful outreach.
  • Pray for the volunteer translators who make this work possible.