Global Outreach Day Coordinator Distributes Food, Gospel Tracts With Local Police

28 April 2020

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Global Outreach Day Coordinator Rev. Joel Jimenez distributed food and Gospel tracts with police in the Las Yayas de Azua village in the Dominican Republic. Global Outreach Day Director Daniel Oscar said his team has been working to share the message of hope beyond panic, and faith beyond fear.

“My team looked for new opportunities to do missions, and to evangelize and reach out to people in the mist of panic and anxiety we have because of Covid-19,” he said.

“We contacted all of our coordinators,” Rev. Oscar explained. “Among many opportunities we have, we see the opportunity to place Gospel tracts, 3 Steps and 4 Symbols with (bags of) food and also in the school. The government is giving out food every Monday. We sent Gospel tracts to our coordinator to distribute.”

Rev. Jimenez was invited by local police to advise and guide them with food distribution, and to encourage residents to stay home and read the Gospel. The village has 5,000 residents. Please pray for God to move in the hearts of these villagers through the tracts distributed.

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