Mission Cry’s New Project Helps Spanish-speaking Believers Grow in Christ

(Photo courtesy of Mission Cry)

In 2014, odds were pretty good that someone in the United States owned a Bible – one in 1.1, to be exact. With hundreds of Bible apps and more people consuming information online these days, it’s no surprise to find print Bibles and Christian books lying forgotten on dusty shelves.

Mission Cry has a noble purpose – collecting gently-used Bibles and Christian books in the United States and shipping them to believers overseas who have none. More about that here.

What about believers who desperately need resources like these, but they don’t know English? “We’ve sent $395 million of used Bibles and Christian books in English to 177 nations around the world,” Mission Cry President Jason Woolford says.

“One of the areas we can’t send those to is Mexico, but we’re changing that now because the need is so great.”

To meet increasing requests for Spanish materials, Mission Cry created the Christ Spanish Bible. “It’s the New Testament, [and] has the plan of salvation in the front. The back has a discipleship program; everything from starting off your life to leaving a legacy of the Lord,” Woolford says.

Click here to read more.

SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth


  • Pray the shipment of 25,000 Spanish Bibles makes it safely to Guadalajara, Mexico.
  • Consider a gift to help Mission Cry send more Spanish Bibles to believers in Mexico.

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