Give today and equip the most vulnerable with hope.
Instead of army fatigues, they wear hospital gowns. Face masks instead of helmets. Ventilators instead of tanks. The afflicted fight for survival—but hundreds of thousands will become casualties of this strange new war before it’s over.
COVID-19 is impacting everyone, but the most vulnerable among us—those in hospitals and nursing homes—feel it even more. They’re confronted with anxiety over potentially spreading the virus, the fear of death, the loneliness of quarantine, and the uncertainty of tomorrow.
Right now, there are people on the frontlines who don’t have gospel hope or peace in the midst of this dark hour. They need God’s Word so they can experience the hope of the gospel. With quarantines and government mandated social isolation, it might feel like there’s nothing you can do about it. But there is.
You can give them God’s Word for $5.
We are reaching out to as many hospitals and nursing homes as we can across Canada and the world, offering Bibles, Hope magazines, and other Scriptures for every patient, worker, and resident. And we’ve received an incredible response. They want Scriptures!
But they need your help to get them. There are no Scriptures to give them without you. For $5, you can put a copy of God’s Word into the hands of someone at the epicentre of this global crisis, and give them an opportunity to encounter the saving message of Jesus for themselves.
This pandemic has changed daily life drastically. But God is opening doors through this pandemic for you to impact lives with the gospel. Walk through that open door, and give today to put Scriptures into the hands of people at the centre of this crisis.
We are taking every precaution to deliver these Scriptures in the safest way possible, ensuring we follow stringent guidelines to ensure nobody’s health is endangered in the process.
Spending of funds is confined to Board approved programs and projects. Each restricted contribution designated towards a Board approved program or project will be used as designated with the understanding that when the need for such a program or project has been met, or cannot be completed for any reason determined by the Board, the remaining restricted contributions designated for such program or project will be used where needed most.