More evangelism

books are urgently needed

Heavy Demand For More Evangelism Books

GCMM has already printed about 110,000 evangelism books called The Journey Home for Ukrainian refugees. A new book will be produced to help minister to soldiers experiencing PTSD. The soldiers need spiritual guidance and support too.

War leaves its mark

About 10 million Ukrainians have had to leave their homes during the Russian invasion, heading west. War has a lasting effect on a person’s soul. According to WHO (World Health Organization), about a quarter of the population has experienced some kind of psychological trauma.

Peace of mind is shaken

“The sound of continuous air raid sirens causes a lot of stress. There is a constant fear of another attack. Anxiety, panic attacks, depression, and insomnia have become the norm. Psychological consequences of war are long-term and last at least 35-40 years,” says Soloviva a military psychologist. Everything that happens, is passed from one generation to the next.
In peacetime societies, an average of 5 to 6 percent of the population is affected by psychological traumas. In Ukraine, it is expected that this figure will reach 25 percent of the population within a few years.

High demand for evangelism books

The evangelism book created for a nation at war shares the message of the Gospel and provides encouragement for the soul. The word of God acts as an anchor for the soul amidst the most anguishing storms in life.
Stories of fellow countrymen who have made a decision of faith with a model of the prayer of salvation, guide the reader to a personal relationship with God and His Word.
The book has been distributed actively distributed in villages and homes in the conflict areas. GCMM started the mega-city campaign in Ukraine ahead of the war. As Russian tanks rolled into Ukraine, giant billboards in Mariupol of the power to change through Christ, were in plain view.


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