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The hope of Christ heads for India in a shipping container

By January 6, 2011

India (MNN) — Christian Resources International sealed a large shipping
container yesterday with tape, prayer, and lots of hope.

The Great Crate container is bound
for a partner in India, and is full of gently-used resources like
Bibles, Christian books, Sunday School materials, and tracts.

CRI's goal is to equip every man, woman
and child with the Word of God. A Great
Crate can go a long way toward assisting church planters and pastors in their
ministry. A Crate is usually packed with
between 2,000 and 4,000 pounds of Bibles.

These resources are most often sent to
missionaries that CRI has determined are legitimate ministries and capable of
handling the size of the Great Crate that is being sent to them. 

Typically, a 20' or 40' Great Crate container will cost $10,900. This covers shipping and all overhead
expenses incurred. 

With these resources, a ministry team
has the potential to reach hundreds of thousands with the hope of Christ. They're
hoping to send more Great Crates all over the globe in 2011. You can help. Click here.

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