One couple, working through an extension ministry of their local church, has been faithfully packing boxes of WMP Scripture booklets, Bible studies, and New Testaments for shipment to Haiti for more than ten years. This vision guides the efforts of the ministry:
“God is glorified as despair and suffering are alleviated, hearts and minds are transformed, and churches are established and nurtured.”
WMP: Bob and Mary, please describe how you share WMP literature for Haiti?
Bob & Mary: Our local church’s Haiti committee has been involved in sending sea containers with Bibles and material aid to Haiti since 1987. We first started helping in 1989 with collecting materials and packing the containers. Since 2010, we have been in charge of shipments that go to Hospital Lumiere in Haiti. When the hospital asks us for more WMP literature, we drive up to New Paris to pick up the boxes. A shipment from WMP is enough for 9-10 months.
WMP: How did you learn about WMP material?
Bob & Mary: One of our pastors had visited World Missionary Press and recommended to our committee your resources in Kreyol. The first written order that I have in my file was in 2009, but the missionary requesting the booklets and New Testaments had been distributing them before that. (Over the years, Bob & Mary have packed 776 boxes from WMP with 109,574 pieces of literature.)
WMP: How does having free literature help the hospital staff share the gospel?
Bob & Mary: It’s very helpful to have such an excellent resource of Scriptural materials printed in Kreyol. The hospital chaplains feel the Scripture booklets are a valuable asset in starting spiritual conversations and sharing the gospel individually with the patients. New Testaments and copies of A Bible Study on Matthew are used in discipleship.