For You have armed me with strength for the battle. –Psalm 18:39a


World Missionary Press distributors are involved in ministries large and small; from organized teams to motivated individuals, the Scripture booklets go out. For example, Ruan R. and others “do ministry in hospitals and after ministering to people leave them with The Way to God booklet. Afrikaans, Xhosa, Zulu, and Shona are some of the most prominent languages spoken among the poor in South Africa. The booklets give us the opportunity to minister to them in their own languages. Since there is little else to do in the hospital, the booklet also gives them the opportunity to seek God on their own while no one is with them.”

Herbert M. of EHC South Africa reports, “Words cannot adequately convey the impact that your generous donation has had on our evangelism and discipleship efforts. The diverse range of materials included in this container will allow us to reach people from all walks of life. The booklets will not only empower us to spread the gospel, but also play a pivotal role in nurturing and strengthening the faith of many individuals.


“The materials have become invaluable tools for discipleship. The beautifully-written and thought-provoking booklets and Bible study guides captivate the hearts and minds of those seeking spiritual nourishment.”

Dr. Peter H. of Frontline Fellowship Mission anticipates receiving two 40-foot containers in the near future. He described the last container from WMP as “spiritual ammunition needed to win Africa for Christ.” That container carried 1.8 million booklets in many African languages. “The next day, ministers were already lining up to collect boxes for their outreaches. We know of pastors and evangelists who use WMP gospel booklets as the outline of their sermons and Bible studies. It is a tremendous blessing to deliver your Scriptural materials to those who most appreciate, who most enthusiastically read and apply the Word of God to their daily lives.”


Mvuzo M. of Cape Town is one of those enthusiastic persons. “I am so inspired by the three booklets a random servant of Christ gave me to read. I am ordering more so I can distribute them to my fellow sisters and brothers in Christ, so we can spread the gospel of Christ everywhere around the city.”


Peter agrees. “These Scripture booklets make possible impromptu outreaches door to door, on the streets, in marketplaces, at railway stations and taxi ranks, at schools, and in shopping centers. They empower evangelism, aid in discipleship, strengthen believers, and help to establish congregations and Bible study fellowships – bringing the lost to repentance and salvation.


“As itinerant evangelists, we prize these gospel booklets because they are compact, lightweight, saturated with Scripture, topical, and extremely relevant to the issues and challenges of people in Africa. For example, because of the Victory in Jesus Christ Scripture booklet, men and women of the Shona, Zulu, and Xhosa people groups have repented and been delivered from witchcraft.”


[Every donated dollar provides for the production of 21 powerful Scripture booklets for people across the continents in their own language. An investment of $100 will touch the lives of 2,100 people; $1,000 will affect 21,000 people who need to have hope in God.]




“Following the tragic loss of his wife, 38-year-old Tesfaye found himself in a state of profound despair and hopelessness.  Unable to cope with the challenges of life, he relinquished the care of his son to his concerned family, feeling powerless and adrift in a sea of grief and uncertainty.


“I met Tesfaye on the street and he shared his heartache and struggles. I offered him the booklet Help from Above. Tesfaye went home, read, and reread the teachings of the booklet, finding comfort, clarity and a renewed sense of purpose.


“We formed a friendship and his heart gradually opened to the transformative love of the Lord Jesus Christ, culminating in a profound moment of spiritual surrender and acceptance. Tesfaye experienced a miraculous turn around in his life. His business flourished, his mind regained clarity, and his heart overflowed with love and gratitude as he joyfully reunited with his son.” –Rev. Samuel B., Ethiopia



Ray M., Volunteer


I am 93 years old. Most Friday afternoons I volunteer on the binderies, packing booklets into boxes. I have been here pretty much from the beginning of the work in New Paris. I was here when the first addition was added to the building. I brought gallons and gallons of blackberries to Jay Benson.


I don’t remember when I started. I know I began volunteering when Steve Beer was in charge of volunteers. Over the years, volunteering at WMP has allowed me to get to know many people. Some don’t come any more. If you are considering volunteering, please come and check it out.


I was born and raised in upstate New York. I finished graduate school at Goshen College where my wife met me. We have been married 68 years. We had three sons and a daughter. We also have one granddaughter. Before volunteering, I worked for 20 years as a Research Chemist for Miles Laboratory. After that, I did construction. I must have built 300 houses in this area.


My wife Lillian is an intercessor. Before WMP had a prayer center, she would pray in one of the empty duplexes while I volunteered on the bindery. She does not leave the house anymore, but she continues to pray for WMP. Lillian and I live on a 3-acre lot, loaded with raspberries, blackberries, and many other garden plots that I still tend myself. We are members of the Living Faith Fellowship.