Reach people in closed countries through this summer’s Port Cities Project

CRITICAL NEED = $111,200 by May 30

Reach people in closed countries through this summer’s Port Cities Project

Share the gospel through More Than a Carpenter and other Christ-centered resources!

$5.56 provides one copy of More Than a Carpenter

Many countries throughout the Middle East and North Africa are officially closed to Christian evangelism. In some countries, Bibles, Christian books and resources are illegal or nearly impossible to come by.

That’s why our Port Cities Project is such a critical ministry.

Every summer, thousands of people from North Africa and the Middle East cross the Mediterranean Sea by ferry to vacation in Europe. When it’s time to return home, they wait in long ferry lines at European ports, often bored and looking for something to do.

While these travelers wait, we tell them about Jesus and offer them a FREE gift, a packet containing:

  • A New Testament
  • A special two-language “flip book” version of More Than a Carpenter (French/Arabic and Spanish/Arabic)
  • And other Christian resources

Each $5.56 you give will provide one copy of this
special-edition More Than a Carpenter for this
summer’s evangelism packs.

Please give a generous gift by May 30 to ensure we’re able to print and ship the requested 20,000 copies of More Than a Carpenter to various ports in time for distribution this summer.

Each $5.56 you give will provide one copy of this special-edition More Than a Carpenter for this summer’s evangelism packs.

A young woman had been on her own since she was a teen, when her mother died. She came to Europe from the Middle East as a refugee. Through one of our Port Cities teams, she heard of God’s love for her and after reading More Than a Carpenter she invited Christ into her life. Since then, every summer she has been introducing other refugees to our evangelism teams.

At another port, a taxi full of North African travelers stopped right in front of one of our team members. The distributor gave them each a packet, which included a French/Arabic translation of More Than a Carpenter. The taxi driver reached his arm out and said he wanted a packet too, but had second thoughts when he saw the language. The distributor held up a Spanish/Arabic packet. The taxi driver looked and said, “Oh, you also have Spanish? That one’s for me!”