You’ve been walking with us in this story for a couple of weeks. You’re sure that you’d love to end the year well, moving into 2021 ready for whatever comes, but hoping for something better than 2020! You’ve also figured out that you can be part of helping others do the same thing.
In fact, you’re probably thinking like what Paul wrote to the Corinthians, He who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will supply and multiply your seed for sowing and increase the harvest of your righteousness. You will be enriched in every way to be generous in every way, which through us will produce thanksgiving to God. (9:10-11)
With this in mind, you’ve begun to grasp that God’s people all over the world would benefit from Christians like you coming together and pooling your resources to partner with Christian workers around the world to publish needed books. But you’ve probably realized you can’t do this on your own because you don’t know the folks that need the books.
That’s where LATM comes in! For 28 years we’ve partnered with church leaders worldwide to help them publish Christian books in their languages for their people to find, follow and serve Jesus. You can join us right now to help finish nearly 40 book projects for 2020 that are ready to be printed, but only lack funds so these books can go to work in the hands of Christians in about 20 different countries.
Do you wonder how? It’s a simple plan.
First, ASK God to bring about the completion of these books
Second, CONSIDER what level of partnership YOU can take with your resources
Third, GIVE as a partner to publish these projects as 2020 ends and 2021 begins.
What do you think about that? At least do the first step and let’s see how God works.
As you do that, look at the book list to see what books are waiting for funds, in what languages, in what countries, and what different levels of partnership there are.
Click below to hear about a great ministry that uses books to satisfy the need for Christ in India, and to see the list of print-ready books we want to fund by the end of 2020.