Impact | An Unbreakable Hope
If you were to find your way into the dimly lit hall of a small Chinese apartment building, up several flights of stairs, and into an unassuming home, you would meet them.
If you traveled up a washed-out mud road, miles and miles into the thin Himalayan air, you would hear their songs of praise.
If you glided along the hushed inlets of the winding Amazon in Peru, you would see the roofs of their churches jutting out from the jungle canopy.
They are the men, women, and children you helped reach in 2013 with God’s message of eternal hope.
In just 12 months, you partnered with World Help to plant 5,150 churches among some of the earth’s most least-reached regions. You funded the construction of new buildings where believers could come together in safety—using their new meeting places to worship, grow, and serve the lost in their communities.
You invested in the printing and distribution of 299,725 Bibles to some of earth’s most persecuted people groups. You supported the costs of church planting training for 2,400 Christian leaders. You took the Gospel further than ever—into remote villages and bustling metropolises.
And God used these investments to bring souls to Himself. Over the past year, our spiritual development programs have reached 1,998,625 people with the message of Christ’s love.
Our partners all around the world have estimated that 300,000 individuals made decisions to become Christ followers in 2013!
Today, the Gospel is in the hands of Syrian refugee children as they flip through the pages of illustrated Bible storybooks . . . in cold and damp caves where young Chinese men are meeting in secret for church-planting training . . . on the dirt paths of Indian villages where Christians leaders are going where no one else will.
Thank you for partnering with World Help to invest in spiritual development projects where they are needed most. God has used you for encouragement, equipping, guidance, and to grow His kingdom here on earth.
Your faithfulness to go “to the ends of the earth” left a legacy in 2013 that will last for eternity—our efforts will not return void.