As you’ve seen already this month, there is a desperate need for the gospel in Iran. People are hungry for the Bible and are sharing their faith.
But the Iranian government is terrified of the Bible and the Gospel of Jesus.
Sometimes, that limits our ability to be able to reach out and actually share the words of Jesus with those who want to hear the good news. But one of the ways that we can more easily take the gospel inside Iran is through special applications on SD chips for laptops and Smartphones.
Having the gospel on an SD chip allows a person to open and discover Jesus, and then for security, they are able to remove the chip and hide it when they’re finished reading.
Our workers on the field in Central Eurasia are in the process of creating their own application for a microchip that they could use to share the gospel, but they need your help.
First of all the microchip dupicators they need to make the project successful are expensive. You can give securely to help meet that need right here.
But maybe you want to do even more than that.
If you have experience with this sort of technology, we could use you on the ground in Central Eurasia, coordinating this project, directing the mobile outreach application, and creating and overseeing online media with the team in Central Eurasia. If you have been considering coming to Eurasia, and could give two years towards this important project, this might be the opportunity for you!
If you’re interested in coming to Central Eurasia as an associate, please email us.
And thanks, as always, for being a part of this community. We couldn’t do this without you.