Colombia (MNN) — Jungle terrain in Colombia makes it virtually impossible to travel by car. Then, there are the predators: poisonous snakes, guerrilla fighters, and the occasional bandit hiding in the undergrowth, waiting for an unsuspecting passerby.
These are some of the reasons why Gospel workers supported by Christian Aid Mission, your link to indigenous missions, are turning to horses for help.
According to Christian Aid Mission, horses are the best mode of transportation for passing through typical jungle terrain: rocky paths, thick underbrush, and flowing streams. With the help of a four-legged friend, missionaries are able to share Jesus with isolated villagers. It’s often the first time villagers hear the Gospel.
Last year, Christian Aid provided funds for the Lord’s Vineyard of Colombia to purchase several horses. However, more animals are needed.
The Lord’s Vineyard of Colombia sends indigenous workers to remote jungle areas to share the Gospel and plant churches. Missionaries have planted over 50 churches in hard-to-reach villages.
Can you help Christian Aid provide funding for more horses? Click here to help.