Give a bicycle so a church planter or pastor can travel to multiple churches in an area.
Equip church planters
The people of the village of Tsave, Togo, used to practice a mixture of Islam and local spiritual traditions. There was no church, and no Christians lived there.
It may seem impossible that any place would have no access at all to the gospel, but this is true for villages and even entire ethnic groups around the world.
Someone has to deliver the good news to them.
For the people of Tsave, that happened when a worker from a ministry two hours away arrived on a motorcycle and shared the gospel with the village chief. Soon the chief and six of his helpers began following Jesus. More than 100 others followed.
Ministry workers equipped with bicycles or motorcycles can access distant communities to share the gospel. In many places, these workers themselves can be supported for as little as $250 a month.
Will you help the good news of Jesus make it to the next village by equipping native Christian workers?Give Now