"I took a box of WMP's Bible Study of John to Honduras. I just heard that 90 of them made it into a women's prison near San Pedro Sula. The women were so excited to have these in their possession. I am headed to Honduras later this fall and am hoping to visit this group."
-Roger W., Feed the Hungry
"I have been going daily to radiation during the last 2 and a half weeks and still have about 2 weeks left. The last order of Scripture booklets is going fast because people at the hospital are actually asking for more than one. They are thirsty for God's word like I have never seen before. God bless you and thank you for all your hard work."
-A Precious Sister who is selflessly ministering to others, Chicago, IL, U.S.A.
“I live in a retirement community of 200+ residents. We are across the street from another similar senior residence. There is a substantial group of Russians who speak some English who want to know a Savior. Thank you for this opportunity to share the gospel in their native language.”
-Cecelia B., TX
“I was arrested on February 14, 2019 for my sins. I went to the Bible study at our prison chapel and found your 2019 Datebook. I use it each morning to start my day in prayer. All the verses are so uplifting and bring me closer to Jesus. I often thought I knew Jesus until I finally opened my heart to Him in prison. I thank you so much for the work you do to help save our souls from the pit. My cellmate and I do Bible study together when in our cell. I believe that all your Bible study books would really help us. If you would send me some booklets, I'd really appreciate it. Thank you for all your help! Blessings!”
-James C., RI, U.S.A.
Pictured above is Pastor Solomon Otieno from Kenya. I recently interviewed him, but the internet connection would not allow for a video that we could feature. Therefore, I am filling you in on my wonderful conversation with this precious brother.
Like so many people in Africa, he is working diligently to spread the Gospel with every tool at his disposal. His ministry is multi-faceted and includes evangelism, discipleship ministries, church planting, leadership building, Bible college ministries, meeting the needs of orphans, and so much more.
While the Lord is blessing and multiplying their "five loaves and two fishes", the people of Africa desperately need more Scripture materials. So many people have never heard the Name of Jesus, while others could have their spiritual growth "fast-tracked" by possessing just one WMP Scripture booklet or Bible Study!
Raising people's awareness of precious laborers, like Pastor Solomon, and appealing to them for prayer and financial support so that World Missionary Press can increase our production are some of the most important things that you can do as a WMP Ambassador.
We are extremely thankful for all of you and deeply appreciate all that our Father is accomplishing through you!
WMP Ambassador Network Director
“My youth group at the First Haitian United Methodist Church in Salisbury, MD will be hosting an Empowerment Community Wellness Fair. The event is geared towards the Haitian community of the Delmarva peninsula. There will be multiple vendors present, such as local hospitals, clinics, colleges and universities, and the local police and fire departments. We plan to use the booklets to assist with evangelism throughout the event. We have a team of volunteers who will be evangelizing and these booklets can serve as good tools for them.”
-Tanesha M., MD, U.S.A.
“I volunteer packing travel bags for Casa Alitas, who helps asylum seekers from Guatemala and Honduras get to their destinations. I put a Spanish booklet in each bag. Last Saturday alone, there were 400 people being cared for, but I did not pack all of their bags. I think that all of these requested booklets will be used within two months.”
-Tiffany A., AZ, U.S.A.
“My small group from church has started meeting one evening a week with the ladies in an addition recovery facility for mothers and pregnant women which recently opened here in our town. The ladies have no access to television or telephones and they don’t have a lot of reading material. They have expressed a need for spiritual/Christian material because they are new to faith (or hopefully soon coming into faith!) and they don’t know where to start. We are pooling resources to get Bibles and hygiene kits for them and I thought your booklets would be a nice addition to the gift bags. Thank you so much for offering these. I heard about WMP from a coworker and I think your booklets are great!"
-Jodi M., IN, U.S.A.
“We will distribute these booklets to public school children who do not have Bibles and know very little about the Gospel. They will receive their booklet during their Christian Released Time Education which is held once a week and upheld by Supreme Court decision, Zorach vs. Clauson. This weekly class is the only Bible study any of these children have.”
-Norma B., CA, U.S.A.
A Feed The Hungry team went to an area outside of Blantyre, Malawi where there were many HIV/AIDS victims. FTH had given out WMP's Bible Study of John in this area previously. Roger W. and his team organized a meeting for follow-up, etc. As the people filed in to the meeting he saw they were carrying the BSJ. He thought they had probably received copies as they entered the building. Instead he discovered that these Bible studies were the ones previously distributed and that each of the attendees brought them because they have no Bible, so this small Bible study serves as their Bible. They were there with their “Bibles”.
In a region along the border between Malawi and Mozambique they visited a refugee camp where many Mozambiquans had come due to the recent destruction and devastation from the cyclone. As he and his companion Chuck walked through the camp they saw a man sitting in front of a small thatched hut with a copy of the WMP Bible Study on John which he had received on a previous visit from FTH teams. Chuck stopped to talk to the man, asking him about the book. Like the Ethiopian eunuch from Acts the man replied he needed someone to help him understand what he was reading. As they talked the man said he was an animist and practiced a traditional religion of the region. Chuck asked if he could tell the man about Jesus, and just as Philip years ago Chuck shared the truth of Jesus Christ from God’s Word.
Inspiring & Insightful articles from WMP Staff, Ambassador Network Members, & Friends