Dear WMP Ambassadors,
As I reflect on the past year, I am exceedingly thankful for our Creator and Friend, JESUS- The Word made flesh, Who identifies with us today just as fully as He did in His birth, life, death, burial, resurrection, and ascension.
He is our Peace in the midst of turmoil, our Comforter in the midst of pain, our Clarity in the midst of confusion, our Joy in the midst of sorrow, and so much more.
He is truly our “All-In-All”!
By His Love, Faith, and Grace, you have continued to preach the Gospel, distribute literature, and share His Love in manifold ways at home and around the globe. Our work would be so incomplete without you!
Thanks so much for representing Him and World Missionary Press with such excellence throughout 2021! You are Loved and appreciated beyond what words can express.
Merry Christmas and an Abundantly Blessed New Year!
Yours In Christ,
WMP Ambassador Network Director
Shipping During Covid-19
Challenges to ship to the world have become formidable. Rising prices, closed ports, congested ports, limited shipping lanes and berths, waiting for available empty containers—all make for uncertain schedules, but day after day God shows that He is sovereign and that He will make His Word known to the world. Containers that had been stored, waiting for shipping assignments, found a berth and were on the way. At times WMP had 20-30 shipments afloat en route to waiting consignees. Although delays were often encountered, shipments arrived intact and found their way to the prescribed destination.
None were lost or damaged. Surely God had His hand on His Word!
This past fiscal year, more than 100 separate freight shipments (including a record high 81 containers) were sent to 96 countries, covering the globe! Shipments carried booklets in languages such as Quechua, Malagasy, German, Polish, Thai, Cebuano, and Hausa. Millions will receive God’s Word, some for the first time in their own language.
The Highlight of Her Life
"The highlight of my life was January 2001, when with very painful legs, I walked slowly along Red Square in Moscow handing out The Way to God to people with expressionless faces. Nobody refused the booklets and most began to read them immediately. They were in Russian. I was on a mission trip with a large group.
I praise God for choosing to use me."
Hope For Afghan Refugees
The world watched in dismay at the upheaval which caused thousands to flee, seeking safety and hope. WMP is reprinting 75,000 copies of the Gospel of John in Dari, a language of Afghanistan. These, along with Help from Above in Dari, will be used in the USA, Europe, and parts of Asia—wherever this migration settles.