Explosion in India isn’t stopping Bible delivery

By April 19, 2013

India (MNN) — An explosion that rocked political offices in Bangalore, India yesterday won't have an impact on Christian teaching tools being delivered there. Christian Resources International provides gently-used Christian material around the world to those requesting it.

CRI's Executive Director Jason Woolford says, "This particular shipment is headed to a ministry where Bibles and Christian teaching tools are going to be utilized for theological seminary students who have a calling on their life but don't necessarily have the means to buy Bibles, commentaries, and Christian teaching tools."

Woolford says this shipment will eventually reach far into India. "They're also going to be taking them to surrounding campuses in more of the rural area — schools where students from the rural villages of India will be receiving an education through God's word."

CRI also just sent a contain to Nairobi, Kenya. CRI actually purchased the container to use as a building there. "It's going to be used as a lending/giving library for our missionary in Nairobi, Kenya. This is so exciting."

Woolford hopes this will be something that functions for many years to come. CRI will keep this library up-to-date with literature to help Christians with the resources they need.

Woolford is encouraging you to help fund future shipments by becoming a "book missionary." Become a financial supporter or find out more about CRI's work there by clicking here.


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