Give the gift of the Gospel this Christmas season. What better gift is there?
You want to know what Wycliffe USA is doing to make a difference in this world, as there are opportunities for you and for me to contribute or to lock arms with their ministry. And that blesses the people of this world with the good news of the Gospel in remote places you and I may never see. Yet we can impact them when we choose to give the gift of the gospel.
(ORLANDO, FLA.) – December 6, 2018 – Wycliffe USA today announced its 2018 Gift Catalog, which offers unique opportunities to give the gift of the Gospel, the Bible’s good news, and bring joy to people groups around the world, during Christmas and beyond.
“The advent season is full of joy and hope as we anticipate the arrival of Jesus Christ, and what better way to celebrate than by sharing that joy and hope with others?” said Bob Creson, President and CEO of Wycliffe USA. “The 12 gift options in the 2018 Wycliffe USA Gift Catalog will help put the Gospel into the hands of people in many different countries around the world who have never heard and understood it before. Those who give through the Gift Catalog will help others read the story of Christ’s birth in a language that speaks to their heart this Christmas.”
Items in the gift catalog represent a dozen different Bible translation projects around the world and range in price from $25 to $250.
Featured projects include:
Finishing 32 video recordings of Bible stories in Romanian sign language.
Literacy classes for the Akebu people of Togo.
Providing Bibles for the Fuliiru people in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Producing printed and audio versions of the Gospel of Mark for the Vili.
Investing in the ministry of a Wycliffe missionary.
Gifts given through the 2018 Wycliffe USA Gift Catalog have a demonstrable impact on the world by supporting projects of Wycliffe Bible Translators USA.
Gifts can be ordered online at wycliffe.org/giftcatalog and can be made on behalf of the giver or in honor or memory of loved ones. E-cards also allow gift-givers to alert their friends and families to the unique gift opportunities available in the gift catalog.
Pray. If this is a place God would have you share some of your Christmas gift giving, whether a little or a lot, I thank you personally.
Like the little boy who gave his 5 loaves and 2 fish. Give generously. He gave all he had…and there were 12 baskets left over.
Bless you this Christmas season.
Oh by the way, this is post number 200! Thank you for reading these past ~4 years.
7 thoughts on “Give the Gift of the Gospel at Christmas”
Very nice and great idea. Congrats on #200. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.
Great idea, shining a light on such an important ministry in December. Glad I found you today!
What a great giving idea! This year we, and our church, are helping to roof a church in Kumasi, Ghana as our Christmas giving project.
Great ideas you are sharing. laurensparks.net
I have friends that work with Wycliff. They are living in a country without a written language, learning to speak it and helping to develop one so they can translate the Bible for them. They have been there for roughly eight years now. I always love hearing from them. Such an amazing task.
Thanks for linking up with us at the Grace and Truth Link-Up.
Yes, Susan, thank you for hanging in there with your blog!
And also for putting the spotlight on the ministry of Bible translation! What a challenging and yet rewarding field!
What a wonderful way to be generous this holiday season. And congratulations on post #200! 4 years is a long time in the blogging world.
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