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This Christmas, will you help someone who doesn’t know Jesus to take their first steps on a life-changing journey?
During his lifetime Derek Prince created a wealth of life-changing Bible teaching that can help Christians everywhere to build strong foundations for their faith. One of the ways we take this teaching to those who need it the most is by partnering with missionaries and local pastors who are making Jesus known.
We partner with missionaries like Dries and Valerie DuPlessis who are sharing the good news of Jesus and are planting new churches in remote parts of Madagascar.
Dries is an evangelist who uses a catamaran to reach remote and isolated parts of the country. He takes a team of local Christians to minister with him. They give out solar MegaVoice players loaded with Derek’s Bible teaching into the hands of new Christians in every village they visit.
Here is a story he shared recently from the summer outreaches.
“In every village we went – said Dries – we did children’s ministry, showed the Jesus film and planted a Bible study cell group. In one village a backslidden Christian told us that he had been waiting for a long time for someone to challenge him with the gospel.
During the outreach, he recommitted his life to God and showed a willingness to lead a Bible study group using the materials we provided. We gave him a solar MegaVoice player containing the New Testament, worship music and some books by Derek Prince in Malagasy to share with others.
Nearly 40 people received Jesus as their Saviour in that village. We will, Lord willing, go back to pray and fellowship with these believers soon.”
By donating £12 or more to DPM now you can ensure that mission workers like Dries can put Derek’s compelling Bible-teaching materials into the hands of new Christians.
“I give out hundreds of Derek’s books and several solar Mega Voice players every year – said Dries but I could distribute a lot more if you could supply them.”
Please make a special Christmas gift today.
DPM UK Director