U.S. Ministry Sending Shipment of Bibles, Christian Books Into Hong Kong

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(Mission Network News) The gospel should have no boundaries or problems of being moved around, yet in many areas it does. But thanks to Christian Resources International (CRI), the Gospel is going mobile and is introduced to a number of nations and societies that have never seen a Bible or a Christian book.

In a number of cases, some Christian churches may be planted, but don’t have a written guide.

“There are 122,000 people who are getting saved or giving their lives to the Lord everyday, but the majority of those people are attending a church where the pastor does not even own a Bible,” says CRI’s Jason Woolford.

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  • Grace Kim Kwon

    American Christians have been rescuing the world by sending out the Bibles and aid. The Lord bless American Christians! Don’t let the nation become a Sodom in the 21st century by submitting to the Sodomic bullies. Keep religious liberty( freedom of conscience) and purity – the very reason the nation was created by the Christians.

  • sammy13

    Happy for those receiving the Holy Word. But I have a question. In looking at where many bibles are printed today when visiting Christian book stores, the vast majority are printed in China, as are cookbooks and many other types. Why then is it difficult for the Chinese to obtain a bible if printing them in China is so prolific? Check your and see where it was printed. Mine come from Local Church Bible Publishers. Bearing Precious Seed in Milford Ohio also prints and publishes. Of course, these are KJV.