It's well-known among Christian workers in Africa that the church is "an inch deep and a mile wide."
Without access to books and written materials, many believers don't even own their own Bible!
There are willing evangelists and pastors who would take the gospel to nearby villages who haven't heard it yet, but they need transportation.
Empowering and Equipping Pastors
ITMI partner, Charl van Wyk makes frequent trips to Zambia and the DRC Congo, where he encourages the local believers - who many times don't have contact with the outside world due to the estrangement that comes with a war-torn infrastructure.
One especially effective delivery item has been bicycles for local pastors and evangelists, enabling them to bike to an unreached village nearby and share the gospel with them.
The Bikes and Bibles Fund goes to directly purchase bibles and bikes for ITMI partner, Charl van Wyk to deliver, empowering African evangelists and pastors to evangelize and disciple more people within their newly-expanded reach.
Bicycles are a cost-effective way to reach many with the gospel!
Charl van Wyk with African pastors and their new bikes!
- Equip the African church for her mission with Bibles and bicycles.
- ITMI to provide guidance and US exposure.
- ITMI partner, Charl van Wyk.
Missionary work is not a life of ease. There aren’t too many Marriott Hotels (or hotels of any kind) in the jungle.
ITMI’s Charl van Wyk shares a little about the discipleship projects he is involved with.
ITMI partner, Charl van Wyk, has given his life to this cause. He teaches and preaches the Gospel all over Africa, evangelizing and discipling God’s people and those who haven’t yet joined the family of God.He’s published books. He’s done exegesis on his culture. He’s lectured. He’s preached. He’s gotten his hands dirty. His life has been threatened. Here are three incredible opportunities to partner with Charl to see the good news reach Africans with the life-changing message.
“The only place you may urinate is the bus toilet,” boomed the announcement from the bus company employee. Although you would think an announcement like that should go without saying, apparently the bus-line’s experience was that it could not go without saying…
There are still many places waiting to be reached with some good news. Whole villages in Africa that have never heard of the good Creator who sacrificed His Son for them. And that He has the power to help them. To heal them. To redeem their suffering. There they wait. Sacrificing out of their poverty […]
Many pastors and evangelists in the Democratic Republic of Congo are deeply appreciative of the Bibles and bikes they have received. As a believer you know the unmistakable truth and strength of God’s Word, and the importance of putting it into the hands of as many people as possible.