‘Mission Cry’ Sends Containers of Bibles and Christian Books to Christians in China

China and Hong Kong have been regular staples for news headlines thanks to recent upheaval and uncertainty. Some of that uncertainty is touching the local Church as tighter regulations and limits on Bible sales make it difficult for local believers to get their hands on Christian resources.

That’s why Jason Woolford and Mission Cry want to take advantage of the windows of opportunity they have right now before it’s too late.

Through their programs, they’re collecting Bibles, books, and other Christian resources, packing them into shipping containers, and sending them to China. Thanks to local business partners, Mission Cry can clear their containers for shipping, then have locals manage distribution once the crates arrive.

Their last shipping container has already been distributed. “Nearly 40,000 people got either a free Bible or Christian book and they’re begging us, as there’s nearly 7.4 million people living in Hong Kong, they’re begging us for another sea container,” Woolford says.

Now, they’re prepping for their next container. Money is a major obstacle to the project, though shipping the container will still be cheaper than it might be for someone without their contacts.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Alex Anhalt