Old cars, cigars and baseball. This is what Cuba is popularly known for, but there’s something else I want to add to that list: Jesus.
As I took off from Havana last Saturday, I was both tired and exhilarated. For the past week, I’d been traveling throughout Cuba and meeting new believers and faithful saints.
One thing is clear: Christ is on the move.
At one stop, I was shocked to hear the head of the Communist party talk about the importance of churches and having Bibles. Before I left, he even gave me a locked-down, big bear hug on stage and whispered in my ear “God bless you.”
At another church, we handed out 860 Bibles to people who had been waiting their whole lives to have their own copy of God’s Word. The packed room erupted in cheers and dancing!
See for yourself . . .
These Bibles were given by friends like you in the United States and Canada. As we handed out thousands of Bibles, I couldn’t help but think that this was just the beginning.
The greatest revival in the Western Hemisphere today is taking place in Cuba, but people there are still desperately in need of God’s Word.
Just $5 covers the printing and delivery of one hardback Bible printed on high quality India paper that will last for years in Cuba's hot, humid climate.
Whatever you can send, I am confident the Lord will use it. And every dollar of your gift to Bibles For Cuba will be used to provide the Word of God to bless His people. We do not take a handling fee—not a dime for Haven!
So would you consider giving $1,000 to send 200 Bibles to Christians in Cuba? Or $25 for 5 Bibles? I’m even praying that God will raise up people to give $10,000 to send 2,000 Bibles.
Please pray about this opportunity to bless the people of Cuba with the most significant gift we could possibly give them—God’s Word.
As the leader of the Haven Ministries, Charles Morris is always thinking of ways to lead Christians and non-Christians to Christ—hence the familiar slogan, “Telling the great story … it’s all about Jesus.” Charles is a former secular journalist, who has worked for United Press International, and as a press secretary for two former U.S. senators. He began working in the Christian world after seminary, becoming the fourth speaker of Haven in 2000. He and his wife, Janet, have written several books, including Missing Jesus.