World Missionary Press Equips Local Evangelists in Ethiopia to Spread the Gospel

Photo courtesy of World Missionary Press.

Ethiopia’s neighbors may be hostile to Christianity, but God’s at work in this East Africa nation. More Ethiopia headlines here.

“Now’s the time,” World Missionary Press partners recently told Freight Coordinator Helen Williams. “The doors are open. We’ve got teams going; we want to go out and reach our villages.”

World Missionary Press supplies Christian ministries and individual Gospel workers worldwide with small Scripture booklets and other biblical resources. They’ve been sending material to Ethiopian believers for nearly 30 years.

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Some partners work in southern Ethiopia near the capital city. “There’s a lot of movement of peoples there. They have also had ‘protected’ people working in Somalia, Eritrea, and Djibouti,” Williams says.

Others use Scripture booklets to share Christ with refugees. Ethiopia has a long Christian history, but many people flooding across the border come from closed, Islamic nations.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth

CALL TO ACTION

  • Pray the container of Scripture booklets going to Ethiopia will arrive safely and that people, including those who have never heard the name of Jesus Christ, and those who have no other way to read God’s Word, will be transformed by the power of God.
  • Pray Christians in Ethiopia will boldly go through the open doors provided by religious freedom laws, especially to the 37 unreached people groups with a population of 33 million.

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