Proverbs 27:2 says, "Let another man praise you, and not your own mouth; A stranger, and not your own lips."
I'd like to give thanks for my dear friend, Samuel Murusi, who is New Covenant Missions' National Coordinator in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The last few years have been tough for many, and it has been especially difficult for the precious people of the DRC.
Nevertheless, Covid-19, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, floods, a refugee crisis, and scores of other calamities haven't stopped the Love of God from functioning through this precious servant. He and his team have continued to evangelize and disciple many in the midst of it all.
World Missionary Press Scripture booklets are a vital part of his ministry, and no one appreciates them more than this dear brother who is constantly sharing the Love of Jesus.
I encourage you to pray for Samuel and the beautiful people of the DRC, as the Holy Spirit leads.
Yours In Christ,
Ambassador Network Director
World Missionary Press
"I would once again like to thank your ministry that, for over 35 years, has sent us these wonderful booklets that have helped us so much to evangelize Brazil.
Here, in Sao Paulo, there is a place called 'Cracklandia' where hundreds of young people live drugged for 24 hours a day. We are evangelizing these young people with the literature sent by you, and many young people have abandoned their addition and accepted Jesus as the Savior of their soul. I thank God for His ministry. May God bless you all."
Leges, 78 years old, was a well-known witch. She had lived her entire life in a house where demons were worshiped. One day, a Christian visiting relatives in the area boldly went to Leges’ house to share the gospel. A struggle began within her as she listened to the message. Finally, a calm came over her. As she clearly heard and understood the gospel, she received the Lord as her Savior. As a result of giving up her witchcraft, she lost her source of income and her husband evicted her.
This testimony of Leges is one of many from across Ethiopia. Gospel workers, armed with World Missionary Press Scripture booklets, go into villages and homes, proclaiming life-giving truths through words and actions.
"I hand out bags of candy to bus drivers and service providers. One driver recently squealed with delight after receiving the bag and immediately said, 'Oh, I love the little books!'. Another took the booklet out and started reading it aloud to his coworker. Thank you so much for helping me reach out to the unreached."
“Greetings from the Kingdom of Eswatini (formerly Swaziland), where The Luke Commission has served with compassionate medical care for the past 17 years. Over that time World Missionary Press has freely partnered with us to share booklets and Bible study material.
Your generosity has helped us not only treat our patients medically but also spiritually. Only Heaven will know the difference that has been made in eternity for countless Eswatini as we shared the good news of Jesus Christ.
Others have come to know Him more deeply and more intimately through the material we have together been able to share all over our nation. We have even seen some of our patients come to know Christ moments before they would meet Him face to face. We cannot thank you enough."
—Brian S., Eswatini (Swaziland)