Mexico (MNN) — A new year brings a new emphasis for Mission Cry. The ministry ships used Bibles and Christian books (mostly in English) all over the world. But in parts of Central and South America, people need Bibles and other materials in Spanish.
That led to the launch of the Mission Cry Bible in Spanish. Jason Woolford says, “We had sent thousands of the Mission Cry Bible in Spanish down to the state of Chihuahua, Mexico. The team took one thousand Bibles with them. They assumed that it was going to take them an entire day to pass them out. And they were gone in 10 minutes. Ten minutes, one thousand Bibles gone.”
“It just shows that there is such a need in South and Central America that this Mission Cry Bible in Spanish is meeting.”
In 2021, Mission Cry shipped 1.3 million Bibles to people in 25 countries around the world. They ministered to refugees fleeing from the Taliban in Afghanistan. One team visited the former site of Osama Bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan and shared the story of Jesus there.
Woolford says, “We have a container that’s headed to the Philippines soon. We have a container heading to Peru. And the list goes on.”
You can join this effort by donating your used Bibles or Christian books to Mission Cry. Pray many people around the world will hear of Jesus’ love this year.
You can also help cover the cost of shipping containers used to transport the Bibles. Woolford says. “We have the ability to send containers that have a worth of half a million dollars of used Bibles and Christian books. And it costs us ten thousand dollars to send a container. That’s it.”
Header photo courtesy of World Mission.