To the Ends of the Earth: Part 2

In case you missed it, you can read Part 1 here.

04/18/2019 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – “For one particular village, I would have to walk seven to eight kilometers,” Pastor Samson recalled. “Sometimes, when I would get tired, I would try to get a lift from local drivers. Once, a driver stopped and asked me [where I was going]. I told him, ‘I am coming to preach about Jesus Christ.’ Without a word, he started up [the] vehicle and left.”

“I tried again to get a lift and another driv­er picked me up,” Pastor Samson said. “On the way, however, he asked me about the pur­pose of my visit. When I told him that I was a preacher and was coming to preach about Christianity, he suddenly stopped, kicked me off of his motorcycle, and yelled at me. This has happened to me three other times.”

“Due to this challenge, I began praying for transportation of my own,” Pastor Samson said. “After just a couple of months, [ICC provided me with a] bicycle for free! I was taken by surprise and joy filled my heart.”

“With this bicycle, I can visit the unreached villages anytime and [with increased fre­quency],” Pastor Samson explained. “When I rode my bicycle for the first time, I felt like I was flying, able to freely go anywhere and do God’s ministry without any hindrance.”

With just $200, we can empower passion­ate evangelists like Pastor Samson, giving them their own means of transportation and 100 copies of the Word of God. The meaning­ful support is already having a deep impact in India’s rural regions, helping to bring the Gospel to the ends of the earth.

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