Mission Cry sends Bibles to three Pakistani locations

By May 14, 2021

Pakistan (MNN) — MNN reported last month that Mission Cry plans to send Bibles to Abbottabad, Pakistan. They specifically want to reach the region near Osama Bin Laden’s old compound.

Why? Because Jesus has the last word, not evil or suffering. Jason Woolford says, “My God has created the heavens and Earth. He created everything. That’s not Satan’s. It wasn’t Osama bin Laden’s. It’s actually God’s land. Even more important are the people who are in that place. We think there are only 50 Christians in that entire area.”

The plan

Mission Cry plans to send Urdu Bibles to 1,000 people living immediately around the former compound. They also will distribute Bibles in two nearby areas known to be frequented by extremist groups. Stick with MNN for updates about this mission.

Woolford asks readers to pray for Abbottabad. “Pray with fire and fervency. Intercede over the next couple of months, when this could go down.  I don’t know how much of a hotter spot, we could be.”

Ask the Holy Spirit to begin a great movement in Abbottabad. You can also support Mission Cry’s work by visiting their website here.

 

 

(Header photo courtesy of Amarjajja, CC BY-SA 3.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0>, via Wikimedia Commons)