Camels, Horses, Bicycles: The Most Unique Tools of Evangelism

 

Brother “Alim” lives in an Arab nation where Bible distribution and evangelism remain extremely difficult and dangerous. Entering some areas is nearly impossible due to the harsh landscape.
However, with God, all things are possible.
He had a strange request: “Can you help me buy a camel?”
But The Voice of the Martyrs understood immediately after Alim explained his plan. “If I can travel across the open desert I can share Christ with people who have never heard. It would be difficult to survive such a trip by foot or in a motorized vehicle. But with a camel, I can make the journey!”
Alim is now actively traveling to share the gospel with the help of a camel purchased by The Voice of the Martyrs.
Persecuted Christians have always found unique ways of spreading the gospel and The Voice of the Martyrs has always appreciated their God-given creativity as they work in restricted and hostile nations. Some use animals to skirt border guards to deliver Bibles into closed nations.
Our co-workers in Colombia use high altitude horses to reach the guerilla camps and remote villages on mountaintops.
Pastors throughout Asia and India use bicycles often outfitted with sound systems, musical instruments and literature to share the gospel throughout their nation.
Our founder, Richard Wurmbrand once wrote:
“The Underground Church… is so willing to give its martyrs! It is so willing to risk years in… prisons! But all of its willingness is of no value if it does not have the tools with which to work.”
Would you like to help sponsor a camel, a high-altitude horse, a bicycle or other unique tools for evangelism in today’s restricted nations?
Click here now to visit VOM’s Website

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