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2015 - CUBA - 20,000
From Havana to the Eastern
Tip of Cuba
The Time Is Now to Share the
By Rex Morgan
"This is my first Bible. Thank you!" We
have heard these words many times from the young and older
people as we have worked in Cuba during the past 14 years.
Last summer we entered Havana with100
solar-powered MP3 Bibles for the blind. But the MP3 Bibles were
confiscated at customs. It was amazing to watch the custom
agents in their uniforms inspecting the Bibles for about 3
hours. Each time they turned one on it delighted my heart to
hear in Spanish, "In the beginning God created the heavens and
the earth." But in the end they still wrapped them up, double
bagged, weighed and sealed the MP3 Bibles. The presentation for
the blind was cancelled until the MP3 Bibles could
be released. In October that happened; now the blind in Havana
have the gift of hearing the gospel as originally intended.
In January we will be privileged to
partner with the Mayfair Church in Huntsville, Alabama, in
traveling the country. The plan is to hand out 20,000 free
Please pray for this wonderful opportunity
as change is in the air between the United States and Cuba. We
do not know where those changes will take the future, but may
God be glorified.
"Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the
word of God." Romans 10:17
The big news we have been
waiting for has finally, finally, finally, FINALLY come!
The "Accord de Siege" was
handed over to us by the government of Madagascar about 3:30
Madagascar time on November 14. "Accord de Siege" is simply the
French phrase for the document that allows us to do business in
Madagascar. That is the last (repeat: LAST) hurdle before we can put
the transmitters "on the water" headed from Houston to Madagascar.
It is awesome to think of
the untold millions of people in Africa, Latin America, India, the
Middle East, and western China and Russia who will soon be able to
tune in to MWV (Madagascar World Voice) and hear the Good News of
Jesus Christ. Praise God!
As you pray, thank
God for this great event and please ask Him for His blessings as we
move forward under His guidance. Our staff in Madagascar has done a
great job in preparing the station site. Our Programming staff in
Franklin, Tennessee, is working hard to assure that we will have
programming ready to fill up the broadcast days from Madagascar.
Of course, with added blessings always come added
responsibilities. To ship the transmitters to Madagascar, to fill
the tanks with diesel fuel, and to provide other start-up costs, the
cost will be approximately $250,000. Would you be able to help? A
gift large or small would help. Click
here to make a contribution.