Mission Cry is Sending Bibles Around the World Even During Coronavirus Plague

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Though the COVID-19 pandemic forced much of the world to shut down, Mission Cry is still sending God’s Word to those in need. Executive Director of Mission Cry, Jason Woolford, explains that the pandemic is making the need for God’s Word even more clear.

He says, “I believe there’s nothing more essential than sending the word of God.”

“We recently sent a container to China and one to Africa. We’ve done that because we understand there’s people that are hurting and the only thing that’s going to help somebody when they’re hurting is the Word of God,” he adds.

Reaching the World with God’s Word

Mission Cry sends around 13 million dollars of used Christian books and Bibles around the globe each year. They work to provide resources for teaching and training to schools, ministries, and missionaries who lack the funds to purchase books for themselves.

These used books and Bibles are donated by ordinary people and sent by mail to Mission Cry’s headquarters. Learn more about donating your books here. 

Woolford explains that when Mission Cry has a shortage of donated Bibles, they send Mission Cry NASB Bibles.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Sarah Traill

CALL TO ACTION

  • Pray for Christian books and Bibles to reach those who need it the most.
  • Donate to Mission Cry to send Bibles around the globe to those who need them.
  • Pray for Mission Cry during the COVID-19 pandemic, that they would reach hearts for the Gospel.