A Muslim Man Receives Jesus
“My name is Emlan M. I was born in a Muslim family and taught the way of Islam. We learned that Jesus is only a prophet, like other prophets, and not the Son of God because God cannot have a Son. This is according to our Koran. I became confused when I was given your Scripture booklet, How to Know God, by a team from EHC-Zambia in February 2018. I got interested and wanted to follow the story of Jesus in full. What confused me is the fact that Jesus rose from the dead and He lives. No other prophet has a record that he died and rose from the dead. Our Koran agrees that Jesus lived as a prophet of God. Now, following His story in detail, I find that He rose from the dead to give life to those who believe in Him. No other prophet has lived to give life to others. This was my turning point to give my life to Christ. Thank God that I found Him through His Son and not just a prophet. The EHC-Zambia team are now teaching me how to know Christ more in their Christ group in which I am placed."
-Emlan M., Zambia
“A lot of people here in Malawi are reading WMP booklets with much interest. Most of the villagers here do not have Bibles and these gospel booklets are helpful, indeed, to them. Whenever I happen to board a bus, I distribute these booklets. I am also giving a good number of booklets to some pastors to distribute to other people so that the gospel should be heard everywhere.
I thank God because one of the persons who once received these booklets was a Muslim, but now she has become a Christian, praise the Lord!
I thank God for World Missionary Press and its vision of fulfilling the great commission. I am a born-again Christian, a pastor and an evangelist, aged 44. I am pastoring a church in Malawi Africa. As an evangelist, I do go in the village streets to distribute Scripture booklets or gospel literature. Many people are knowing the truth through this kind of evangelism.
The only challenge I face is transportation because there are so many villages here which are very far, which have not [yet] been reached with the gospel. Most of the time I walk by foot long distances to distribute booklets written by Watson Goodman.
May the good Lord bless your ministry. May you also pray for the provision of reliable mode of transportation for me so that I may reach many villages. I would be glad if you continue praying for me and encouraging me to spread the gospel through the distribution of your booklets.”
-Rev. Samuel M., Malawi
“Your booklets will be placed in 700 backpacks to give to the homeless. I am the director of public relations at Backpacks of Hope, a nonprofit organization based out of Fort Wayne, Indiana. What we do at Backpacks of Hope is give the homeless backpacks full of hygiene products, food, clothing, and more. We play a very important role as often homeless shelters run out of space to house people. So our role is to supply the homeless with the basic items to live on, not to mention how we inspire hope for the hopeless. Last year we gave around 200 backpacks to the Wheelers Mission men’s shelters. My personal goal this year is to give over 700 backpacks away to the men’s and women’s and children’s shelters.”
-Sredrick T., Indiana